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.
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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If you can, try and connect your laptop to an external display and see if it outputs to that display. If so, you may have an LCD or video card issue. If not, it could again be the video card or the motherboard. Look for blinking lights when powering on the machine. These can oftentimes be errorcode displays.
You have an integrated video card on this motherboard? AND u are not getting output to your Monitor? If so, install another video card to see if u will get output to the monitor. If u do, your video output problem is solved. If the integrated video card is the only thing not working on the board, then u can continue using the same board as usual. Be sure to remember to plug ur monitor into ur new graphics card.
First question: Are you sure you have a PCI card? there are several points here: Make sure you have the monitor connected to the correct output on your computer. (In this case to the output of the graphics card, not to your onboard output) If you have a PCI card set bios to PCI Setting it to AGP means the computer is looking for a graphics card in you AGP-slot on you motherboard.
I cannot help thinking, that you actually have a AGP card in a AGP slot and that you computer is not working on onboard, but on AGP. But you can check which graphics device is used, in display properties (right-click Desktop, Properties, Settings)