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If there is no display then first of all we start form the power connector of your monitor check it if its lose if yes then fix it properly and also check your another cable which is connected to your CPU.
After power connector unplug all the power cables and remove the cabinet of your system now look for the RAM on the mother board . Take it out by un clipping the side locks.Clean the golden pins with a normal Eraser and clean it with cotton cloth. Fix it in the same slot properly you have to be very careful, Keep the RAM properly and push it properly inside, the side lock should lock automatically if not then try again.
Then carefully plug only the power cord and the monitor cord and start the system, if you are not getting display then try the RAM in other slots. If you are not getting the display the try changing the RAM.If this solves your problem then don't move to the next step.Then you are done if it resolves the problem then move to the below step.
Now lets move to video card, similarly take the video card and clean it and fix it .If you are not getting display then you have to replace the video card.
Now you are done.Hope the information provided will be helpful to you. Thanks for using Fixya.
remove your processor and the processor fan clean the processor surface with a clean cloth and fix it to the socket apply a thin layer of heat sink compound and fix the heat sink firmly to the processor remove your memory card and clean it with a neat cloth and insert it in the slot and restart the computer still not working remove the memory module and restart your computer you will hear long beeps now insert the memory and restart your computer if you hear only one short beet and display not coming add an pci or agp graphics card if it work the problem is with your graphics section in the motherboard
I don't recommend removing the cooling fan from the CPU. Taking away the cooling system will cause catastrophic overheating, and you'll burn up the processor. Perhaps first you should try adding an AGP or PCI video card to the system, and see if you get display output that way.
You also may need to check Intel's specifications for that motherboard, make sure the processor you have is supported by the system. If you try to use a faster cpu than what the motherboard is rated for, you'll always have trouble.
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.