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Also, I swapped in a different keyboard and it worked fine. ITJungles 74 392 kuvamist 3:19 Computer turns on but no display on monitor FIXED - Kestus: 2:50. by R.
Some one puts a stud in where it doesn't belong. It is always better to stick with higher end power supply companies like Corsair or Seasonic (which apparently is a decent company I never heard of before I went on techspot). Ricardo Gardener 406 407 kuvamist 10:18 Computer Turns On But No Display - Led Light On Fan Spinning - CPU Stupid Mistake Easy Fix - Kestus: 3:23. Asus Monitor Hdmi No Signal I then reconnected my Viewsonic VX2025wm monitor and turned on the computer and got the dreaded "no signal" on the monitor.
http://www.xfxforce.com/en-us/.....s/680.aspx I am thinking maybe I damaged the connection on the Hard drive when I changed PSUs and that is what is not working. Computer Turns On But No Signal To Monitor Reports: · Posted 7 years ago Top raphoenix Posts: 14920 This post has been reported. My daughter was playing a computer game during a storm (I was gone, I had no idea!) and the computer suddenly shut off. I swapped the Video card with a different one and I have swapped the monitors as well, but the issue is still there.
did you reinstall Windows / drivers to the new HD ?Try the monitor on another box. Computer Powers On But No Signal To Monitor Last edited by Azza ☠; 11 Nov, 2014 @ 2:37pm #3 kiwi View Profile View Posts 11 Nov, 2014 @ 2:36pm VGA to DVI-I connector #4 kiwi View Profile View Posts the screens don't even flicker as if its trying to load anything.Click to expand... Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Answer The GPU exhibited no signs of dying prior to changing PSU by ryuken3k / July 30, 2011 9:08 AM PDT In reply
I must have damaged the contact somehow when changing the PSU...BUGGER.
GoatRoperDec 24, 2011, 12:21 PM Thanks guy's for the input. Pc No Signal To Monitor My guess is the input stage was blown by whatever surge you had. New Pc No Signal To Monitor Those adapters are extremely pronded to break on you, plus VGA quality is low compared to what that graphic card is capable of.
Töö käib ... check over here You have hijacked an old thread (Apr 27th, 2009). Does the HDD light flicker for a minute or two as Windows loads? This build will boot up, all fans will run with no problems (including cpu and video card fans), and everything will shut off by holding down the power button properly. New Monitor No Signal Detected
Trying what you said now. everything seems fine gpu runs normally and the hdd seems to be working like normal on start up HOW EVER my keyboard and mouse are completely un-responsive the same as the It should let you go into BIOS by default (again, using the mobo's onboard video, not the card's video output). his comment is here Yeah thank you so much for all the help you've provided so far, you're awesome :) and I'm pretty sure I'll curse VGA forever after this.
I wonder if it died?Also your comment about not hooking it all up points to a possible oversight.Again, I offered the most common based on too many machines repaired over the Computer No Signal To Monitor Or Keyboard The ony thing that comes up is the check cable signal But monitor power button does flash on and off4 gigs of DDR2 PC2 8500 ram. Ezz TheSimsLover 412 276 kuvamist 4:38 How to solve no signal problem showing in monitor(HD) - Kestus: 3:17.
Transkriptsioon Interaktiivset ümberkirjutust ei õnnestunud laadida. Regards, Rick P. Transkriptsioon Interaktiivset ümberkirjutust ei õnnestunud laadida. New Motherboard No Signal To Monitor uncleseano123, --- Don't know what kind of MB you have so "Read Manual" and try running Video Card(s) off one of the other slots. --- May have to change Bios settings
GoatRoperDec 25, 2011, 2:58 AM Bought a new video card. For testing purposes, I only connected the PSU to the parts I needed to turn on the computer and turn down the GPU fan because it was too loud, which was That's what's weird.