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Danny1234 See More: No Signal and CPU takes 1 minute to settle to normal RPM Report • ✔ Best Answer Fingers March 9, 2014 at 15:57:58 First try cleaning the contacts Ask a question and give support. i dont know how to solve it .. lazarbaOct 12, 2015, 6:00 PM Fuzzy Barbarian said: lazarba said: Fuzzy Barbarian said: SO just to sum up what happens when I turn it on right now:Lights turn onFans turn onMonitor http://blightysoftware.com/solved-no/solved-no-signal-to-monitor-colorful-monitor-crash-when-gaming.html

lol, i wouldn't think.. 0 JOSheaIV 119 6 Years Ago You shorted your motherboard! WTF?! Can someone help me? 0 caperjack 875 4 Years Ago did you try all the suggestions in the post above yours 0 beejoe 4 Years Ago Yeah, I tried everything except i reconnected everything.

Stay logged in Sign up now! All rights reserved. If the issue persists even then, it means there's a hardware failure. Student laptop Last Post 3 Days Ago So, my twin boys start college (sixth form) this year and as their birthday is coming up I thought I'd kill two birds and

Then reinsert your battery and PCI components. In some PC's, there is beeps when there is a faulty RAM but others don't produce beeps and there's no screen display. hummenzinger, Jul 14, 2007 #3 Skivvywaver Joined: Mar 18, 2001 Messages: 13,939 Try using the CMOS jumper to clear the bios settings. still no luck.

If so how did it turn out? If it does, run Memtest from a bootable CD to check for errors, if none, then you are set. Ask ! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2799329/monitor-signal-overclock.html I don't have a 2nd computer hence posting here to try to get to the root of the problem.

You may also... one didn't seen to be seated to well, then i checked the other boards and one was really loos, the one at the bottom of the tower, what ever it is, Then reinsert your GPU. It was probably one of the better ALL-IN-WONDER cards 6 years ago, which is all I know about it :\ But I'm worried about fixing it, just because I have an

Just to be certain, when you removed the GPU , you remembered to plug the HDMI /DVI/whatever cable on your Mobo right? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1770167/monitor-signal-fix.html Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Please keep it on site. 0 jaem14 5 Years Ago i dont have an idea how did it happen !! Externally, just the keyboard & monitor - no mouse, printer, internet connection, etc.Internally, you need to disconnect all drives, remove any add-in cards, & remove all RAM except for one stick.

arrggghhh !! http://blightysoftware.com/solved-no/solved-no-monitor-when-turned-on.html I can't get a signal to change this. He says that the overclock would have nothing to do with the video card, but that doesn't stop the fact that my monitor can't get a signal from my PC. and as far as the showing no signal it tells me that information is being sent but its not sending the information correctly.

Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Then reinsert your battery and PCI components. Overclocked HD Radeon 5870 - BOSD & No Display now solved Got a new GPU installed and now no display will come up. his comment is here Just to be certain, when you removed the GPU , you remembered to plug the HDMI /DVI/whatever cable on your Mobo right?

Well, find the points and short them. jaem14 0 jaem14 5 Years Ago aa ewan :)) de ku alam . Fuzzy BarbarianOct 12, 2015, 5:26 PM lazarba said: Fuzzy Barbarian said: Sorry, should've been clearer: I was holding down the power button (for 15 second and a few times for a

Turned pc on and off, now all I get is no display and restarts every 8 seconds.

Already have an account? Nope. Hey presto, PC working again! I tried to remove the CPU from the motherboard but the 4 bolts do not come out completely as they appear to be self locking.

true can said buddy undo the said thing to correct the said fault. It could be something so simple as the adapter is fried, but I guess it really doesn't matter because I bought a new video card. Well my GPU fan would come on but spin at full speed and never back down. weblink Join the community here, it only takes a minute.

The RAM is PC100 64mb 4M' 16 SDRAM one of which is faulty as I tried it in both slots by itself and the machine would not boot. Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent in this case i would check the SATA cables were correctly connected from the CD & Hard drive to the motherboard and then make sure the 4 or 8 pin power I could hear the system starting (even the windows music) but the screen was blank.

look if you want to call me i will SOLVE your pc problems email me at [snipped] and give me yoru number i will call you for FREE lol Edited 5 I determined it wasn't the monitor, but wait....I reconnected my monitor to my computer and no signal! everything was okay and i finally solved it by replacing the motherboard with a another board of same make and type. Posts 5,536 try clearing the cmos...total power off, even the switch on back of psu off, then find your cmos jumper located near the battery and move it over 1 pin

one thing i just noticed is i am pressing in the power on button at the front and it is now just whirring on and off. i had this issue and using a different monitor was a cheaper and easier way to fix this problem. Friends don't let friends buy Dell. And all I got was a black screen.

good luck Apr 28, 2007 #9 MasquedNinja TS Rookie Topic Starter Thanks Nickc, and good luck to you as well. All my lights came on so did my keyboard and mouse but no image. If you can get into BIOS set up, try resetting BIOS settings to default, save and exit. it cannot detect the HDD so i tried to change the first boot ..

If your PC can boot without your GPU but fails to do so with it inserted then I can only assume your PSU is about to die, but I think thats Thanks everyone 0 adria0409 4 Years Ago I had the same problem with no output to my TV screen, all I did was take the defective RAM out of the motherboard,


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