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No signal to screen

Silly me. I didnt completed plug in the 2nd RAW into the motherboard. it seems it burn out the motherboard or something.

After I turn off the machine and completely plug in 2nd RAW, it become a long BEEP. so I took the 2nd RAW out, and I got the Bios screen, CPU some mess up, need reconfigure, I load the default value, save and quit. then no signal to screen, after restart , it is same, Bios->save&quit -> no signal.

So I try to unplug everything (even the battery) and do the test. in today, even I put one RAW, no bios screen, no signal to screen at all.

so what should I try ? Is the motherboard dead ?

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  • cc96ai Aug 12, 2008

    I try plug in into the build-in video card, no signal (I unplug video card)
    and I try to plugin into video card , no signal as well.

    any advise ?


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No motherboard is not dead ...

in motherboard there will be one IC (integrated circuit)called as video adapter IC ..
this IC will be situated near the AGP port if your motherboard needs graphics card if your motherboard has onboard video then it will be there near by the PCI slots ...

if this IC is gone or burnt you will not get the signals to the monitor ...

and if you are using the graphics card just have a check with the graphics card once there may also be some problem in the graphics card some IC might have burnt out in that ...

just once you remove the graphics card and insert it again and then try switching it on ...

if the video adapter IC is burnt out then you need to get replaced that by taking your motherboard to the motherboard technician ..


this will fix your problem ...

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  • Dileep Keshavanarayana
    Dileep Keshavanarayana Aug 13, 2008

    you are so much sick person man after give this much good solution you rate me like this ....




  • Dileep Keshavanarayana
    Dileep Keshavanarayana Aug 13, 2008

    any way whatever it is your video adapter IC is gone in your motherboard ....
    go to the technician and get replaced the video adapter IC or if you have the warranty then make use of it ....

    after so long explanation for you ,you have me like this means
    you dont really have something i thnk ..
    whatever
    if possible change the rating ..
    but one thing i got from your rating is we must not give the solution to the persons like you ...
    thank you


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