I do not have a 945-X but the 915-X looks just like it. I seem to have a problem with my video card. When I plug it into a monitor and boot it up, the light turns on, I hear the fan spin, but I cannot get video on the monitor. Furthermore, whenever I try to insert a disk into the machine, it does not accept it. Can anyone help me? I hear the HDD spinning, and everything seems to check out.
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Looking at the female socket, there is a flat 'key' (slot) at the bottom of the socket, there are four pins directly above that.
The composite pins are the two middle pins of the four. Looking at the female socket, the left of those two pins (pin 7) is the composite video ground. And the right of those two pins (pin 6) is the composite video signal.
Have you switched the video output to the slot your mad dog card is in.. Go into your system bios and change the video from VGA to which ever type of card you installed, like vga to PCIE or VGA to AGP !!
Alternatively, if you see the AUTO option, enable it as the system will then route the video output to which ever video card is currently connected to a monitor. Just make sure you plug the monitor into the new card BEFORE you reboot the machine.. In other words, use the old video output to change the bios settings, then BEFORE you hit F10 to save and reboot, swap the video cable to the new cards output and then hit F10..
Look in the motherboards manual for info about installing graphics cards, see if it needs jumpers. Plus make sure you plugged the monitors vga or dvi on the right place (VGA or DVI port ON the graphics card, NOT on the old vga port you used to plug your monitor before )
Hello, Firstly, remove the RAM and turn on the system, if you hear the beep sound continuously that means everything is perfect expect RAM. Clean the track of RAM at both sides by pencil eraser completely. Also clean the port of RAM.
Secondly reinstall the CPU with CPU FAN and also clean the FAN.
Third one is that remove all the add-on's card and than turn on the system.
did you plug up toe power to the video card, the problem seems to be that the video card is getting no power, if the power is hooked up properly to the video card, the your power supply is probably not powerful enough.