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Old January 14th 05, 10:07 AM
thecolfabvi0017
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Default No Video

What happen is that when I turn on my computer all it displays a "No Signal"
sign, it was working ok. What I'm guessing is that there is a problem with
the video card, Am I right?
Please help
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Old January 14th 05, 05:59 PM
William \(Bill\) Vaughn
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Default No Video

It could be anything. Does your system come on? Are the fans running? Are
the LEDs on the motherboard lit? Does it beep several times (like Mores
code)? Yes, it might be your video card, but I would check the cables first
(power, video etc.).

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"thecolfabvi0017" wrote in
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What happen is that when I turn on my computer all it displays a "No
Signal"
sign, it was working ok. What I'm guessing is that there is a problem with
the video card, Am I right?
Please help
--
thanks So Much



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Old January 14th 05, 06:39 PM
Mike Hall
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Default No Video

If you get the single beep, and the lights on the system flash as normal,
then you have no video output. it could just be a loose connection or fault
in the cable.. depending upon how new the monitor is, I would suspect that
you will probably need to change the video card..

I had a person contact me not two days ago with the same problem.. new video
card.. we have a live one..

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What happen is that when I turn on my computer all it displays a "No
Signal"
sign, it was working ok. What I'm guessing is that there is a problem with
the video card, Am I right?
Please help
--
thanks So Much



 




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