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Monitor does not turn on


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ste0102

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hello i recently opened up my computer to check about my RAM and when i finished i closed it all up and i turned on the computer and the monitor would not turn on at all, i mite have pulled out some wires my mistake or something but what is the main reason why this has happened? thanks ste
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Ryujin

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Can't really tell without looking at it. Make sure all the monitor cables are tight and secure, double check everything inside the PC is plugged in the right places and tightly. You didn't take the RAM out did you? If so make sure it's pushed back in securely.

Basiclly you just need to keep trying things till you get it to work. If you have another monitor you can use that and see if you get any video. You might have loosened the video card when you went into the computer, like I said above make sure everything's secure.
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When u turn on the computer does it beep at all if so you could deteman the problem through the bios beep code here.

If there r no beeps open the computer and make sure the graphics card is all the way in - push it in then push down allso on the ram stics.

Does you'r monitor give any sinal sighn. What happens when u turn it on and off?

Any luck? If not can u give us some specs about you'r computer.
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