Question about Dell 0E903 Pentium IV 1.4GHz CPU/Processor 0K 400 C1 for Dimension 8100 Computer System series
When I switch on my computer there is no display. When I remove the D plug that connects between the monitor and the the CPU at the CPU I get a no signal message. On reconnecting I lose display. Seems to be the CPU rather than the monitor.
Hi, sounds like a problem with your base unit, might be a lose graphics card, a stick of memory might need taken out and put back in. shouldnt be expensive to fix. as that will give you the fault that you describe with the monitor. as the base unit aint posting, and the signal aint being recieved, if you have basic knowledge you should try taking out the graphics card and refitting it, usually does the job :-) All the best, John
Posted on Mar 02, 2007
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