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ted520

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Hi Im trying to build my first computer. Here is the hardware:
Motherboard Gigabyte GA-MA790X-DS2 vers 1.0
CPU AMD|A64 X2 6000 3.0G AM2 2x1M R
PSU rosewill 750W
RAM GSKILL 1066 1GB X2
VIDEO CARD VISIONTEK RADEON HD 4850

ALTERNATE CARD IS A DIAMOND STEALTH X1550
OS is going to be windows vista ultimate if ever get to the bios screen
I have tried both video cards in both PCIE slots with the following combinations vga cables,dvi with adapters, memory placed in different slots in combinations of 1 and 2 gigs, taken the motherboard out and reconnected everything as well as putting it on a piece of cardboard to check if it had grounds (no grounds), I have no beeps all fans run i have two red leds on the hd 4850 but thats it fan runs on that too.

i reset the bios by taking out the battery as well tried it on a Acer x203w monitor on both connections monitor works on my vga out from the laptop.
i even tried it with the dvi/hdmi connector as well as the svideo/component connectors nothing all i get is no signal

thanks in advance

Edited by ted520, 17 August 2008 - 12:04 AM.

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Troy

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Hi there, welcome to the forums.

Judging from the information you have posted, it sounds like your motherboard is a goner.

I would get in contact with Gigabyte support (or wherever you purchased it from) for a replacement unit.

Cheers

Troy
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