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Asus P4P800 No monitor Outpu on Boot

I have the above M/B and have looked at the offered solutions on this site for this problem. When I power on the system the heat sink and internal fans run, the HDD spins and the motherboard seems quite happy, however there are no BIOS beeps or display on the monitor, just the amber standby light. I have changed GPU's and the processor and also adjusted the heat sink and thermal compound as suggested. I still however cannot get the problem resolved. I have also reseated the RAM but I fear it is a more delicate processor issue perhaps?? Any help would be appreciated.

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You will find the problem is the mainboard - I had the exact same problem with mine. Your CPU and other hardware should be fine, but you will likely be up for a new motherboard. Try resetting the bios via the jumpers on the mainboard - if that doesn't work shoot it....

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You may not have your internal speaker connected to the mobo, but if you have and there are no beeps then a probable processor problem.

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Thanks for asking FixYa for help. My name is Jeff and I will be assisting you today. The bad news is it sounds like the motherboard is fried. The good news is it looks like you can buy one for $10.

You can fiddle with the memory to make sure it's tight, but if the har drive is working the motherboard is on its last legs.

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