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Fan running, No graphics output. HDMI light on. No visible boot display

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Your VGA card must be the trouble part for u.

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Video output to hdmi cuts out after bootup


Your HDMI cable maybe not compatible with high resolution, there are normal and high speed HDMI cables, all can display low resolution boot images but only high speed ones can display Windows higher resolutions and being identified correctly by Windows. Try a certified high speed, version 1.3b or higher cable from a well known TV manufacturer, but since these are quite expensive before buying it borrow one to a friend or try to do this:Wait for Windows to load and hold Windows key pressed while you press and release P key 4 times* and then release Windows key. Press enter to confirm the new settings.
This should change output to second display, then you can configure display settings through the control panel, navigate to screen resolution and you will see a preview of the desktop on all enabled displays, click detect button and VGA monitor should dissapear from preview and make HDMI to be used as the first display. Shutdown and turn on again to see if Windows keep the settings correctly, if not you may need to ask your graphics card manufacturer if there is an option or utility to force HDMI always on.


* Press and hold Windows key, then iIf you press P key 1 time activates first display, 2 times duplicates the image on both displays, 3 times extends desktop to second display and 4 times enables only secondary display, finally release Windows key and press Enter to confirm.

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Blank display


Could be hard drive crash , could be graphics chip failure , could be power supply failure............................

too vague description :

1. does screen show ANYTHING during boot attempt ?
2. can you hear hard drive or heatsink fan spin on boot ?
3. do you get keyboard LED's to light up on boot ?

If NO on 1,2,3, then power supply is toast . get new one........
If No , Yes , Yes , then graphics chip dead . Try external VGA->VGA output to other monitor , see if that works.
If Yes , Yes , Yes , but not booting then hard drive is toast , try replacing it and re-install windows .

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New GA-990AX-UD3 motherboard will not boot


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I have had a Gigabyte mobo not boot due to a pushed pin on the 24-pin mobo connector. I fixed and it booted normally. In your case it seems to be the video card. Are you using the DVI or HDMI output. Use the DVI first to setup your card on a monitor not a TV. HDMI is notorious for not working on a new build. Also reseat your video card and be sure non of the pins on the board itself are pushed in, or stuck in the out position it can happen. Also be sure your card is in the top slot or the 16X slot for the first boot. The one closest to the CPU. This may help. -Devin

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You can get a display through > DVI, VGA, HDMI which are on-board. You can also use the nVidia card which may be better.

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During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup
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Click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark ! red x right click select reinstall drivers if your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it or you could download cnetdownload.com on the home page you should see the download software finder under that there will be a list platform, category sub category price from the category drop down list select drivers then from the price drop down list select free or which ever applies to your need http://download.cnet.com/%7Bvalue=http://www.download.com/ati-catalyst-display-driver/3000-2108_4-10608736.html This release for all Radeon family products updates the AMD display driver to the latest version. This unified driver has been further enhanced to provide the highest level of power, performance, and reliability.
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Also while in the bios allow, Page 2-27 in manual, Allocate IRQ to PCI set to [Yes]. Page 2-24, Internal Graphics Mode Select, [Disable]

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Mag monitor doesn't display bios post


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