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Monitor won`t turn on

I`ve checked proc, grafic card, power supply and RAM`s and stil wont work.
Wright now i dont have another motherboard here to check out if that`s the problem. Could there be another trick?

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It may sound weird but check that the motherboard battery cell is charged (the CR2032 coin battery). Some motherboards wouldn't power on if the battery is completely empty. Also clear the system setup via the jumpers on the board.
Try booting up with no graphic card installed and using the onboard graphics (if the board has a onboard GPU).

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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