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No Display on screen.

Here is my problem, I have installed this AX45-V motherboard and there is no output from the video card. I think that I have everything set up properly, everything is running and all of the lights along with the fans are on. The processor is fine, the processor works on another pc. Even though you can not see the POST there seems to be no beeping. The hard drive is running the memory is installed properly, and so is the cpu. I can not see the bios, I know that the screen is good. The video card that I have is VGA, it is a S3Inc. SAVAGE 2000. As I mentioned before everything seems to be running when I turn the computer on, there just seems to be no video displaying that I may be able to set this pc up.

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  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2008

    same thing computer works fine other than no picture i know it does because sometimes i hear windows loading as well as i can still see shared folders on other computers on my network

  • rockyz Jan 19, 2008

    I have the same problem and i have tried different graphic cards and also putting thermal compound on the processor and then reducing it a bit, still no display. Only thing more i can add is the d-bracket indicates that it stops on the memory test. I tried swapping the RAM and then even with no RAM, but still no luck!

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2008

    every

  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2008

    Power is on.No display on screen

  • charvel666 Mar 21, 2008

    i dont have image on screen
    what is the solution for this problem and what cpu fits on this motherboard

  • suzi4tom Apr 26, 2008

    I Have An Msi RD480 Neo-2 Motherboard, When I Switch The Pc On I Get No Display! I've Tried New Graphics Cards Any Ideas How To Solve This?

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If available, try using a different video card to see if it will POST. The only other thing I can think it might be is that the processor isn't seated correctly, or that it is seated correctly but you have too little, or too much thermal compound on the CPU.

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Help pc problems???


CHANGE THE POWER SUPPLAY.. BUT FIRTH..

1-UNPLUG HD AND TEST WITH FLOPPY OR CD BOOT DISK

2-UNPLUG YOUR MEDIA ROOM LIKE CD OR DVD AND TEST ONLY WITH FLOPPY BOOT DISK

3-UNPLUG VIDEO CARD AND ALL CARD ON YOUR MOTHERBOARD.. TEST ONLY WITH THE FLOPPY DISK AND ONBOARD VGA.. OR GOOD TESTED VGA CARD.

 

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