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Rocketman26

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Here are my system specs:

Raidmax Sagitta case
ECS RS400-A Motherboard
2 Dell 256MB RAM sticks
PNY Verto GeForce FX 5200 256MB PCI video card
380 watt raidmax power supply
P4 HT cpu

I had decided that I wanted to upgrade my Dell Dimension E310's case and MB, so I took everything, including the SATA HDD, out of the case, except the MB and power supply, and put it in the Raidmax case. I installed everything sucsessfully, and all LCDs and fans turn on, but I still have a slight problem: no video output whatsoever. I have tried putting the LCD monitor cable into all the available video ports on the system. Still, nothing. The video card worked perfectly on the older system, but I had disabled the Dell mobo video port to get the card to work. I had all the video card's drivers installed on the older system. So, can anybody help me to fix this rather aggravating problem?

Edited by Rocketman26, 11 March 2007 - 09:43 PM.

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shard92

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well try removing everything except the processor, one stick of memory and one video ( on-board or card if no on-board) and see if you get anything. IF not remove the memory and see if you get any beeps.... if not I'd say try a different power supply... if you still get nothing, I'd say the motherboard is probably toast.... ( haven't trusted ecs since pcchips bought them. )
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