Question about Intel D845GVSR Motherboard

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No display seen

When i start my computer it seem as if it is own but no display is seen processor seem to be working i have shown to many hardware engineers they feel its motherboard issue.After this problem arose once my PC worked at that day I carried out installation the other day also i performed some programming work on my PC but latter the problem again remains the same. Please suggest me the solution for this and also let me know any service center in pune (india).

Mother board INTEL 845GVSR
P4 2.4 processor
256 Ram

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  • nagusgs Jun 10, 2008

    yes im feeling the same problem but the processor fan spins, it ll give a beep evrytime i boot my pc but aftr getting this prob theres no beep sound n display.. i think theres a prob with the bios , flashing the bios ll rectify this prob? if so how to do it ,i hope i can get the solution here, thanks in advance


  • Anonymous Jun 12, 2008

    my display is working but colour is vey bad, is it possible to diable the display and use an external display card for Intel D845GVSR Motherboard,

    do u have any experts to repair the display problem in mumbai.

  • shriambre Sep 09, 2008



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Sounds like your video cards shot, or maybe not enough ram for viedo card,mite try an other viedo card see if it boots up or not lala linda

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