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Conan85

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Hi,

 

My computer crashed, and I cannot get it back on. It only says "no video signal". The issue happend a few weeks ago, with crashing and no luck on first boot after that. But after restarting it again, the video signal came back. I have now tried to restart the mashine about 30 times, but never got the video signal back.

 

I am pretty sure the computer is not booting. Teamviewer is set to autostart, but I cannot reach the computer.

 

I have tried everything in your manual. I have removed just about everything, so its just the internal graphics card left. I have a screen connected to both HDMI and DVI output to make check if I get a signal on one of them.

 

Ive taken out and put back in the memory. Ive checked all connections if they have a good fit. Also the plugs on the cpu fan. Ive tried holding in the power button for a minute with the power cord disconnected ( whatever that helps with). Ive tried removing the battery in the motherboard. I could not find the CMOS reset pins or button, so I shortened the pins holding the battery, with the battery (like illustrated in a reset CMOS tutorial).

 

I dont have a internal PC speaker yet, so dont ask for beeps.

 

The motherboard is: MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon

 

 

Any clues?


Edited by Conan85, 02 October 2017 - 08:57 AM.

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