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My mainboad fail to boot. I've checked the ram, power supply and even the procesor:(. i don't have video signal ...

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Are you using onboard video or a card? If onboard look in your bios and make sure it is turned ON sometimes the default is off. If you are using a aftermarket video card you may need to use the onbaord to get to your desktop so you can load the drivers for the card then switch your video cable after you shutdown the computer and then try restarting.

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Your monitor problem is causes by the power supply. What is happening is the power supply voltages are not stable, just enough to power the unit up. When you connect it to a video signal the power demands slightly increase and the power supply can't handle it. This is a very common problem with LCD after a few years of use. The issue with the power supply is the capacitors have started to fail. These parts are used to filter the output voltage and when they start to fail the outputs start rippling hence the problem you are having. Here is a link to a repair article that shows how to repair the Gateway FPD1975W monitor.

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Heatsink fan spins without pushing power on button, no display asus p4xp-x, reseat video adapter, ram, remove connector power and signal to optical disk only mouse keyboard ram and video adaptr


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One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or to shutdown or fail to detect/ boot up a computer hard drive

Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions,IDE,SATA

the leads from your ((motherboard to your hard drive)) make sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just replace them there probably old and faulty
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2. Video Card. Something probably firmware is causing your video card to not start up properly when power is first applied.
3. PSU. The power supply could cause similar problems if it cannot supply enough power because the highest power draw is when you first turn on the computer. When you push the reset button the power is already being supplied to most of the components and the ones that did not have enough power to start properly before can do so now.
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