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I Don't have video signal

I have a ASUS P5GD1-VM  Motherboard with a Celeron D at 3.6 GHz with 256 mb of ram. When i turn on the PC I don't receive video signal. I probed the  micro and memory on another board and they work well

What could be the problem?

Thanks in advance

Posted by dartter03 on

  • dartter03 Oct 16, 2007

    I' ve already tried in another PCI Slot , but I can't hardly see any video signal

  • dartter03 Oct 16, 2007

    I have just tried with onboard video and an external card, but they don't work. I also use other monitors



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If this is onboard video, plug in a separate video card.
If it's already a separate card, try a different one to narrow down the cause.

Posted on Oct 16, 2007

  • Anonymous Oct 16, 2007

    Hardly see any signal? So there is some.
    Have you tried another video card, or that card in another PC?
    I'm assuming that the monitor works on a functioning computer but maybe I shouldnt assume.
    Have you tried the monitor on another known working computer?

  • Anonymous Oct 17, 2007

    If I am correct in saying, you have tried another known good video card on your motherboard and in the same slot. You've tried another known good monitor and you've tried your video card in a different slot on your motherboard. And none of these things resulted in any video signal on the monitor.

    Is this a new board and is it still covered by warranty?
    Is there ever anything on the screen, such as when it's posting?
    Or does the picture disappear as soon as your operating system starts?
    Can you get into the bios and see that on the screen?
    To get into the bios you normally tap the delete key immediately after pressing the power button.



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