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No video input signal No power to disk drives

Recently my power supply becuame U/S and i replaced it but since then i have no power to my disc drives and my monitor gives the message that there is no video input signal HELP HELP HELP

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If you mean the PSU, have you checked the cables from the PSU are actually plugged in correctly to the drives? (it's been known for folk to plug them in the wrong way). With regard to the monitor, check your graphics card (if not onboard) is still correctly plugged into the board (remove and re-seat it), and that the monitors cable is correctly and securely plugged into the VGA port.

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