Question about Gateway GT5228 PC Desktop
The monitor for my Gateway GT5228 suddenly has "no signal" and then goes into standby. This occured after one year of the computer and monitor working perfectly. I tried hooking up a different monitor and video cable to the computer with the same results. I assumed the onboard video card had gone bad so I purchased a Radeon HD 3650 (PCI express) and put it in the PCI slot and connected the monitor to the new video card...same results. How can I get a video signal from my computer?
If you can't use the onboard video and it does POST or the PCI-E video card does show anything, most likely the motherboard is toasted. Apparenty gateway uses real poor quality power supplie and motherboards.
I have the same system, it powers on, but nothing. All I can assume is that the motherboard is bad.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
Reboot in safe mode, safe mode will put the pc in vga mode and use whatever video it can find.
If no good U may have a problem with the MB.
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