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    No Signal On Monitor

    Hi, my computer no longer displays a picture on the monitor. Says no signal, but when i put the vga cable in pc it goes away. It reconizes it is plugged in but it just like goes to standby. I've changed the graphics card, ram, monitor, etc. Could be the motherboard but i could'nt tell ya. It does not beep or restart. Runs fine. Please somebody help me. I just dont understand anymore.

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    check the ram is in properly would be the first thing i check

    If you have another monitor - try that. That way you can rule it out being anything to do with your pc.

    Original Poster

    Yh tried both of them. Removed the battery now, gonna pop it back in soon, see if it reset the bios or something. Cheers

    Possibly a video cable prob. Check you don't have any bent pins (in both ends). If there are any bent, you can often bend them straight with small pliers.

    Im guessing your video card isnt in properly, this would deff explain why you get no picture, give it a try!

    has the motherboard got onboard graphics as well?, if so check in bios that ure card is chosen instead , or choose motherboard one and try that.

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    jonny619447;8789281

    Im guessing your video card isnt in properly, this would deff explain why … Im guessing your video card isnt in properly, this would deff explain why you get no picture, give it a try!



    Tried another one, same thing.

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    tragictramp;8789391

    has the motherboard got onboard graphics as well?, if so check in bios … has the motherboard got onboard graphics as well?, if so check in bios that ure card is chosen instead , or choose motherboard one and try that.



    Nah it doesnt. Cant get into bios because i cant see nothing
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