I was taking out a graphic card and while tring to loss clip, i bent something thinking it was the clip. the computer turns on , but nothing on monitor. can this mother board be repair? and if not where do i find this motherboard ( Intel (Augsburg) No CPU. )? please help, david
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is the monitor ligt blinking or solid light if the monitor light is blinking remove the covers then remove the memory card and clean them with a clean cloth and insert in the dimmi socket and switch on the monitor light will be steady and still you have problem replace the memory and also look for the graphics section mostly the graphics is embedded to the mother board if you are having pci express slot or agp slot you can insert a graphics card and check if you have graphics that mens the embedded graphics section in *********** board is fried you can take the mother board to to a chiplevel service person for repair or you can use the add on graphics card
Follow your motherboard manual's instructions to enter the setup CMOS. look for the option that lists the on-board functions, such as video or graphic card. If your motherboard has the video card on-board, there will be an option to enable it or disable it. Set this option to "enable" if it isn't already. If your motherboard does not have on-board video, it must have a video card installed in that slot. In either case, if you have a monitor display when you turn on the computer, your video card IS enabled.
Yes if it has the port for the graphics card it will work with the onboard graphics card just make sure then that your video output is plugged into the ATI radeon and not the onboard..or it will not work correctly. if you have anymore questions just let me know and i will answer them asap.
Hello, You may be able to get a model number and manufacture off the graphics/video card. Then go to manufacture web site and do a search for the model # and driver. Hopefully this will help. Let me know and maybe we can try something else. If you can't find driver give me Model and Manufacture. Thanks
my goodness.. you have spent a lot in your computer i think.. i dont think changing mother board and installing a new vedio card will solve this problem. as u have said that u have installed a new card make sure that you are giving the connections of your monitor to the gforce card and not to the mother board again.
if connection for monitor is going for gforce properly your RAM is the problem. as per your configuration its single 512mb ram. i would advice you to go and get another DDR RAM(same 512 prefrably) from any of your friend and put it in you mother board in by removing the normal RAM you had. this will work for sure i think. if this is not working dont rate me in-approtiate. i just triend my best. sorry and tahnks.. good luck
you did not specify clearly what display problem your having... Is it something like there is no display, or is it something that youre having problem adjusting something on your display. Pls make it more specific..
Anyway, if there is no display as you turn on your computer. Check if it boots up and if you hear a beeping sound.
if it boots up, then try to reconnect the graphics card that should somehow solve the problem your having.
If it still hadn't try to reconnect your video to the onboard graphics card that your motherboard has.