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NO video @ bootup

The computer turns on,fans all fire up,but no video of any kind screen is black ,bios does not show ,no beeping of mobo..A number of weeks ago a problem started where restart will not work ,had to cold boot computer each time ,but computer had video.

Components = Asus m2n slideluxe mobo ,AMD x2 5600 ,ocz 2g pc800 ,antec 620w truepower ,evga 8800 gts ,antec 900 case ,so lots of cooling.

Tried so far = reset cmos ,reset ram ,video card ,all components.. reset all plugs off power supply ,tries pci-e secondary slot ,swapped videocard from other (working) machine, swapped out different monitors ,keyboard and mouse ,disconnected all HD's ,so only fans and videocard on bootup...the only mobo beep I get is if I leave off the power cable to videocard...

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    BigD Aug 05, 2008

    Doh!...Sorry ram is DDR2-800..(bad typo)...machine has run fine for 6 months...all components are factory approved for compatablity

  • hafizuddin Aug 06, 2008

    yes, i have same prob too.

    For your pc sake, i advise you to take your motherboard to nearest asus centre. May be, the service will 100% free if you have warranty..



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I'm having the same issue...

HW is all compatible as per the Asus website...

What do I do now?

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Are you sure that the memory you have installed is compatible with your motherboard.

It is weired but some memory do not work with certain motherboards, irespective of speed or voltage rating.

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