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noor parkar

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Hi all,
here is my question.

i switched on the computer. Machine started. CPU started working. but there is no display at all.

there is a video card in AGP slot to which monitor cable is connected.

and there is connector to mother-board also(normally blue for monitor connector). since there is AGP card. i am using that connector

but why there is no display.i tried connecting to both connector.

there is no beep (normally when computer restarts)
there is no POST display at all on the monitor.

what do u think.is it RAM
is it video card problem.


thanks,
noor

Edited by noor parkar, 14 November 2006 - 07:24 AM.

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Kurenai

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Pull the AGP card, plug into the onboard, and see if the problem remains the same.
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You could probably get everything straightened out by first using the onboard video to just get it to boot, and then pulling up the bios...

I had a similar problem ( I'm almost embarrassed to say what the problem was)....I forgot to plug the power connector into the video card. Just make sure its plugged in, lol, I'm sure it is, but just in case.
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noor parkar

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yes, i tried connecting to onboard video.

but no solution.

what do u think about removing or resetting cmos jumper. or removing bettery for few minutes.

and one more thing.

where is power connector on video card..it is just in AGP slot.

there is nothing like that.

thanks
noor
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