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.
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Re: no signal to screen
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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Same no sound issue happened to me; except I stopped at adjusting vertical size (unfortunately it seems horizontal cannot be set thru service mode; which was my original intent). Complete lost of sound signal processing; oddly enough speaker volume leveling did worked. (Eg, audio-in woks; so a big WTF?!) I suspect something to do with not recovering properly the data bus from muxing the volume input keys; ie, some kind of weird service/back-to-normal switch bug. I've waited for a couple of days for the damn thing to unlock itself out it (like some stubborn transistors seem to do); but to no avail. (BTW, only dif between TVs is that mine's a slightly smaller and cheaper model, a 19U-M100S; a minor branch out of the main line.) I'm afraid something did "burned out" and that the only real fix is to actually change the "defective" part. Had I known silly sh1t like that could happen, I obv would've not messed with it to begin with. It's just ridiculous, and lame. Besides being obsolete. In any case; I also think it's nowadays better to get a (full) digital one (wisely cost effective).
hi penny, we two have the same problem. after completly shutting down the tv and unplugging, we removed the RCA/s-video pannel from the back with the three skrews leaving all wires in tact. without touching the mother board i gently pressed in the cords beteween the back pannel and the motherboard. i also had an air compressor and blew out all the dust. PLEASE I HIGHLY RECCOMEND YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED PERSONS DO THIS! touching motherboard components will not only short your tv but it will shock you at a high voltage. we then skrewed in the pannel again and after 1 mintue component along with S-Video worked. i hope this helps you
In this new tower you are swttching to, does it have it's own power supply? And if so, what are the amps, and what are the amps on your old power supply? I have the K8N, and it needs at least 450W to run decent. Let me know?
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Unplug the power. Then start with only the items you need to boot. Remove any cards that might be causing an issue, if you can't simply find the culprit of your boot lock issue. This sounds like a card or some RAM or something isn't quite plugged in. If your power supply still gives power to the system check to see if the fan on the power supply died. This could mean you need a new power supply if the old one overheated and cooked itself.
Sometimes you will get a card that is half plugged in and it will cause a short and the system will not fully power to avoid ruining the motherboard completely. After re-seating all the cards, try to boot it again. Check ALL connections and look for any USB connection that might be stopping the system from booting as well.
If you have a different video card you may want to try it next if you still can't get video.
Hey Mate, the fault is caused by the base unit not sending a signal to the monitor. most likely cause Graphics Card or Memory. if you remove one at a time and replace them back in the motherboard usually fixes the problem.
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