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jef+pal106

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Good day to all!

ive been having problems with my PC when starting it i dont receive any post total black-out.. so what i do is take the mobo out and put it in a cardboard.. there i started a minimal boot.. first boot is with the cpu and cpufan only its ok.. then the memory its fine also... but when i put the video card it keeps on booting... no beeps received.. could it be the video card? thanks for reading this! any kind of help or advice is very much appreciated.. thanks again!
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does the pc maybe have another videocard onboard ? it could be that the pc sends it signal there. DO you have second card to test with? it sounds like either one of the 2.

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does the pc maybe have another videocard onboard ? it could be that the pc sends it signal there. DO you have second card to test with? it sounds like either one of the 2.

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thanks for the reply! bad luck doesnt have any on-board video.. as well as a spare video card.. any ways that i can confirm that its the video card? or could it be the port from the mobo? because although ive put the video card firmly its somehow loose...
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