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No Signal I have mother board and type it intel desktop board when connect with electric just it is power on but processor not work and show message in screen "No Signal"

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  • Anonymous Jul 21, 2008

    I have an intel desktop motherboard

    when I connected the electercity only an indecator light would get turned on but there is no any other indecator that would show the motherboard is running proberly. So what kind of problem do you think I have and how can I fix it?

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Either monitor , monitor cable or the video card needs replaced

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No signal on screen means that there is no input for your monitor from the PC.

1. There might be problem in your PC or in the cable connected to PC from monitor.
2. Your PC might damage that it could not send signal to the monitor.
2.1 In your Motherboard might be faulty in the VGA chips.
2.2 In your Motherboard's SMPS mean power supply.

I think you can got my point. If you are tech person it will help you, otherwise you should take a tour to any service centre.

Thanks & Goodluck
Iqbal

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