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Eax300le-a334c rev1.01 no signal

I have a eax300le pci-e put in in and it runs for through windows start up but then says no signal. Is there a fix for this thanks kevin

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  • Anonymous Jun 26, 2008

    Had the same problem. The GPU on the card overheated which caused the problem. Replaced the card and everything was fine.

  • halfordlee Jan 02, 2009

    I have a eax300le pci-e put in in and it runs for through windows start up but then says no signal. Is there a fix for this thanks MICHAEL

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Try downloading the ATI Radeon x300 series driver if you haven't done so already

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First,holding the power button in won't do anything to the Bios.Holding it in for 5 secs. while the machine is still operating under Windows will shut off the machine though.
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Need the driver for the video card (asus-eax300le-a334c rev 1.01)


What O/S are you using? (Operating System. Windows XP is one example of an O/S)

This is Asus Support, and the Downloads page,

http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

On this page go to the right to the heading - General Download
Under this heading you will see three long boxes.

The first box states - Select Product
Go to the far Right of the box, left-click on the blue down arrow.

In the drop down list left-click on - Graphic Card

Go down to the next box, Select Series.
Left-click on the blue down arrow to the far right of the box.

In the drop down list left-click on ATi Series.

Go down to the next box, Select Models, and left-click on it's blue down arrow.
Scroll the list down to - EAX300 Series, and left-click on it.

Now left-click on Search, in the green box.

The page will 'gray out', and there will be a small window that pops up.
Please select your operating system.

Go down to the box with - Select OS, in it.
Left-click on the blue down arrow to the right of the box.

In the drop down list left-click on the O/S you are using.

I'm going to choose WinXP for an example. (Windows XP. Doesn't matter if it's the Home Edition, or the Pro Edition)

Left-click on Search.

Left-click on the + sign to the left of VGA.
There are 5 files shown.
My advice would be to choose the latest one.

This is the file on top.
Version 8.592

Go to the right of the heading - Download from
Left-click on - Global (DLM)

In the small box that pops up, type the letter/numbers that you see, into the box.
NOTE*
If you see letters, be Sure to type capital letters!

Left-click on Submit.
Your driver download will begin.


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Do you have a 2nd monitor to test with?

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