My monitor screen stays black when i turn my pc on help
When I turn my pc on the fan continue run. but the monitor still black. I try to clean the video card and to take video card and put on anther regular pc (dell) it work. I have Hp media center pc tv m7350n. please help.
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Have heard some beep,eihther long beep or short beep? if you heard a short beep replace your memory and when it is long beep replace your video card but if no beep,there is a problem in your motherboard
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If the Video Controller fails, the screen will stay black when the rest of the computer runs as it should. To test this, look to the side of the computer and locate the external Monitor attachment. It is a nine pin male outlet. Take a regular computer monitor and attach it to the connection and turn on the computer. If the Monitor acts like your normal LCD screen, then the main LCD screen is bad. If Neither the Monitor or LCD works, then the Video portion of the computer may be defective.
Monitor is not getting signal - picture from pc. Did this ever work or is this new pc? Is PC running? Does it do more than just blow fans? Like hard drive spinning up etc.. Check your video cable connections. Turn off monitor and pc first. Remove and re plug both ends of the video cable. Look for bent pins in plug ends before re pluging. Try a different cable if possible. If not fixed, you may need a new video card. Is this a pc that was working and suddenly failed? Either the pc is not running, or the video card is failed.
Make sure the monitor is pluggen in. Make sure the monitor is connected to the PC. Try another known working monitor. If you have a video card, with the power to the PC turned off and the power cord unplugged from the PC , pull the video card out an put it back in , this will reseat the card it may help. If you do not have a video card and think it is your intergrated video, try install a video card.
What happened is your video card has burned out. If you are still using the video connection that is on your motherboard then what you need to do is go out and buy a new video card that will go into your pci slot inside your computer and then you'll connect your monitor to the new video card and your picture will be back up in no time.
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.
Sounds like a Video card problem. Try a different Monitor that you know works with it. If you have the same problem try removing the video card from the PC and then put it back in. Make sure it fully seats into its slot, if the slot has a flipcatch at the back of it make sure that swings up and locks into the notch on the video card. If there is a power connector on the video card make sure that it is plugged in.
If you try these and you still have a problem, please post a comment here, so I can further help you
nvdia 6600 requires a minimum of 450 Watts of power to ensure that everything works properly. So if you want to continue using your nvdia card, an upgrade will be necessary.
If you want to test to see if it is the nvidia card, you need to remove the card physically from the system, then boot with the onboard video. This action will eliminate any conflicts between the two video cards. Before doing this you may need to go into device manager and make sure the onboard video card is not disabled.