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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
making the plug will probably be impossible with your resources, like u said its an option and the software and video drivers might not be installed for the function to work. u must install a tv tuner to receive the signal before u can av out
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
SOURCE: Gigabyte GA-945GM-S2
check this link for the drivers which you want....
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
At first I thought your screen went black during the start up process. After seeing the bios screen. In which case I would've said it was a bios setting for the display. Then I realized that I think you mean that their is no display at all. When you push the power button. Only the monitor led light. So, it may be a problem with your RAM stick/s. You should make sure that they are properly seated in the mother board. If they are new, make sure they are compatible with that motherboard. If you can you should swap them out with known good ram sticks. You could also try installing a video card and see if you can get display to work through that one. Make sure your main power supply wire connector is pushed in all the way. Swap the power supply with a known good one if you can. If still can't get it to work you may want to take the motherboard out and inspect it for burns, cracks, and anything that doesn't look right. Maybe contact the manufacturer of the motherboard and ask them what you can check. hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
There is a problem of your devices attached to your motherboard, it could be the memory. Remove the memory card and then clean the pins with an eraser of pencil and put it back. Remove the graphics card and when the system boots then probably the graphics card is doing the problem but when the problem still persist then your memory card does the problem.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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