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No data output on visual o/p

My computer has got all power connections all right. the power to vdu , mouse , keyboard are all right. at startup when booting should start no beep sound comes and process of booting stops right there.although cpu fan rotates yet no o/p shows on screen.

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  • endro07 Sep 18, 2008

    when i push the power swich the power supply start & i see power leed on .no other thing & i didnt see any thing on the screen.

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Onboard video or a seperate card? try putting in a video card besides the one that is in there. if the previous one is removeable pull it out and just try booting with another test card. it may be that the video cardis shot. one of the first things the bios looks for is where it should output video so you can see whats going on. if it cant find any video. it will halt the boot. try that and get back to me. if it doesnt help. i'll be glad to see what else i can think of

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