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Booting problem When I Power ON my PC, it does not boot. The SMPS Fan, CPU Fan is working. But no display is coming. Please help.

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  • Dipankar Ghosh
    Dipankar Ghosh Sep 04, 2008

    I have removed the RAM and reinstalled it multiple times, but in vain.
    The display screen is blank.


  • zaidpirwani Oct 09, 2008

    I have the Same Problem; No Display



    I have Intel D102GGC2

    Intel Pentium D 3.02 Ghz

    Corsair 1Gb DDR2

    Seagate 160GB Sata

    NO CDROM, FLOPPY, PCI CARD OR PCI-X Card



    My computer was running fine, I usually use it to use Internet and do my work (Photoshop CS3 and Visual Studio

    2005)



    A few weeks back I booted my computer and it showed that "NO BOOTABLE DEVICE ATTACHED" I just plugged the Hard

    disk cables out and then pluggd them back in which solved the problem, then after that day I have had the same

    problem of NO BOOTABLE DEVICE ATTACHED 5 times. Last night I turned my computer on, had to download a file

    through torrent, so I just started the download and went to watch TV, when I returned aftr hours (The file was

    of 1GB and I have a slow connection) to see how much progress has been made and I was SHOCKED to see that the

    screen was rubbish, there were colour lines everywhere and I could not see anything clearly on the monitor

    screen, I just pressed the restart switch, it restarted and ran fine, but after 5 minutes the dreaded Blue

    Screen appeared (it was also not displayed correctly) I mean it is the blue screen but there were red lines all

    over the screen and it seemed like some DISPLAY problem. I then turned off the computer. After a while I

    powered it on and there was NO DISPLAY and NO BEEP. The power light was on but the hard disk light was blinking

    at a rate of once in one second.

    I dis-assembled the whole computer, took everything out, cleaned it and assembled it back again and walla, the

    computer worked fine but only for 15 minutes and again the Blue Screen with RED LINES came.

    Now I am stuck with it, I cannot understand what is wrong with it, the hard disk is running (Spinning), All fans (I have two fans one on the casing and one is of processor), The restart button does not seem to work and after pressing the power button it seems that the computer turns on but there is no display, PLease hel me.

    Thanks for any help in advance.

    P.S. The monitor is fine

  • Roberta Smith
    Roberta Smith May 11, 2010

    what does show up on the screen... or is the screen blank ?



    Robert

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Thanks to you all. I tried to boot after discharging the bettery. It worked.

Posted on Sep 29, 2008

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Have u Reset ur bios ?
if display not come yet
then u have to remove ur mother board outside from cabinet
& remove all connection {because sometime board getting short ground}
only connect ram, processor & fan ,smps
& recheck give the power it will work or take new ram & check it best of luck

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Ashu

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Onboard video or a pci card and and what is the brand and model of the monitor

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Remove the ram & reinstall it again

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