Will do so If yes, how many beeps do you hear when you power on your system? I have NO video at all. This will help speed things up and eliminate errors. I cant view anything on screen when it loads up, not even to the BIOS page. If you have any questions with these procedures, just ask. Let us know if you have any problems. If yes, how many beeps do you hear when you power on your system?
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I am having the same problem. No beeb sound detected. Last time I unplugged my comp, opened it up, pushed on a few cards, put it back together, and it booted fine.
All i see is a blank screen even though my cpu and psu and hdd is running. Have you recently added any new hardware or made any physical changes to your system?
I have removed the battery for hours and put it back. What is the brand and model of your video card and monitor?
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I just built this comp 4 months ago and it was working pretty solid until recently. I have NO video at all. I was using it last night and it froze and when i restarted the problem came back with a vengeance.
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Are you using a video cable adapter for your cable and video card? Are you getting a single beep when you first power up your system? Will do so Have you tried using the onboard graphics without installing your video card?
Will do so If yes, how many beeps do you hear when you power on your system? If yes, how many beeps do you hear when you power on your system?
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My comp was running smoothly, then it froze, i turned off power, now I can’t get any monitor back. Do you have a speaker hooked up to your motherboards speaker pins? NOT looking forward to this. Have you tried using the onboard graphics without installing your video card?
Sometimes you need to remove the cmos battery and clear the cmos for an extended period of time, possibly several hours or overnight.
I am currently using a hp lcd monitor which works fine with my older system.
With your machine turned off AND your psu is switched off, unplug each cable and re-seat each cable. My system runs as per normal but i am unable to view it on my lcd monitor. I cant view anything on screen when it loads up, not even to the BIOS page. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: But it could have also been Win7 that was crashing. Can you try your monitor, cable and video card in another computer? At this point, I’m going to rip out everything including a huge pain-in-the-ass heatsink on my processor and put it all back together again.
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