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make sure battery is in mother board make sure the fuse is good and in mother board make sure aluminium tower is clamed on black chip to mother board and also make sure fan is cecurelt tight on mother board.
Have you try troubleshoot with working monitor, display card or your matherboard and processor,
Usually no display problem occur becouse of one hardware between monitor, ram, motherboard, displaycard and can be your processor problems.
You can try troubleshooting one by one of your computer hardware to get problem occur
swap monitors if monitor is same dell brand then its the monitor. otherwise you can buy a Video card PROVIDED that you can disable from setup the MOBO video card, and install drivers, also speaking of drivers try uninstalling the video and monitor drivers first !! the do mon swap, finally new vid card .
funky things can happen to drivers, esp improper shutting down windows like flip a power switch or not having a UPS and computer shuts down during a power outage or storm. seen this happen as well.
you semm have replaced any component in your motherboard eccept two, monitor and motherboard itself. try to put your new component in similar mother board begining with cpu ram vga, and put in output in same monitor (you must be hure that second motherboard is working) if nothing is coming try second monitor for output, if nothing is coming and have maybe beeps, one of your component that you have puted is defektive so try to replace them one by one. is not necesary to buy new component just try in other friend eith his parts afterthat if you finded defekyive component replace it in *********** board, (or if *********** board is defektive you must replace him, or monitor too if the problem is in monitor)
carthi, I do not think the problem your having currently has anything to do with your memory. If your video card was integrated into the board I might agree there could be a problem with your memory but that is not true. Your video card is an AGP8x device. Black & red colored lines can be produced from either a bad monitor or a bad video card. Your K8S-MX motherboard can not run DDR1 ( unless you mean that slot 1 DIMM you replaced). Your board only supports, 2x184-pin DDR DIMM sockets for up to 2GB non-ECC PC3200 / PC2700 /PC1600 DDR DIMM's.
No video display suggests your video card may be going bad or monitor is going bad. To prove this concept, please temporally switch your monitor with a monitor you know functions correctly. If you can not temporally switch your monitor with someone else than replace your AGP8x video card. You can find up to six pages of AGP8x video cards listed at the link below. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=318&
The XFX cards carry Lifetime Warranty. If you find you have more questions feel free to ask.
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