Solved Computer boot but no signal in mOnitor..

December 16, 2012 at 08:55:19
Specs: Windows XP, AMD

hi..

pls help... my computer boots but theres nothing in my monitor..only a beep.. it was just started when i clean out my computer and move all the dust in it.. then when i plug my video card.. no show on monitor.. it only shows when im going to connect in my on-board video.. no hard drive inserted.. pls help huys.. how can i fix this??? What am i gonna do guys??? my 2 cpu had also a problem like this.. thankz alot..

OS: Windows Xp sp3
BIOS: v02.61 1995-2006 American Megatrends, Inc
Motherboard: Emaxx Technologies
Video Card: Nvidia GefOrce 9500 GT, DDR2



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#1
December 16, 2012 at 09:45:23

Make sure the video card is seated well in PCIe x16 slot. Reset a CMOS if this issue continue.

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#2
December 16, 2012 at 10:46:54

How did you clean your computer? Did you actually take it apart? If you did, you apparently didn't put it back together properly.

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#3
December 19, 2012 at 05:59:03
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Make sure the card is well seated in the PCI slot and enter the PC BIOS setup and disable online VGA and for the beeping, it depend on the kind of number of times its sound.
If constant (Meaning start non-stop), remove the PC RAM and remove dust at the RAM bank/slot and get the RAM well seated, then boot up the PC.

This should resolve the issue.

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#4
December 20, 2012 at 03:06:58

To: Azedas101_

hi thanks for the help.. but i dont know how to disable the online VGA through Bios.. i see "EGA/VGA" only.. im booting my computer without hard drive.. because evrytime i connect my hard drive to my computer it gives me BSOD.. thats why im checking the Bios first and make sure its clean.. but then it wont boot.. theres 2 slot in it the PCIE1 (yellow) and below is the PCI1 (white) .. im inserting my video card to the yellow slot.. but then no show to my monitor.. what configuration in bios should i set??? can u help me about it??? thanks a million...


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#5
December 20, 2012 at 03:11:46

yes.. i cleaned my computer by taking all its parts.. except for the board.. i remove the fans and the processor heatsink and etc.. but when i plugged it again.. nothing shows.. my CPU runs but no monitor signal.. pls helpppp guysss...

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#6
December 20, 2012 at 06:05:15

When you enter the BIOS of the PC there should be an on-board devices installed when you browse through the BIOS menu and options then check and disable that of VGA on-board and restart the PC. More so, check your PC/VGA card documentation to confirm compatibilities.


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#7
December 21, 2012 at 19:27:47

"i remove the fans and the processor heatsink and etc.. but when i plugged it again.. nothing shows.. my CPU runs but no monitor signal"

1st of all, the CPU & processor are the same thing. Do NOT refer to your computer as a CPU, it only pisses people off.

2nd, since you removed the heatsink, did you completely remove all traces of the old thermal material from the bottom of the heatsink & top of the CPU, then apply a fresh dab of thermal paste before reinstalling the heatsink again? If not, that's your problem. If you have an AMD CPU, use the 'middle dot' method as shown in the following pics:

http://www.elitekiller.com/pics/AS5...

http://www.gophermods.com/images/gm...


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#8
December 24, 2012 at 01:51:22

For the display issue I would want you to see to the area of RAM and CPU is possible you can test with a spear that is working perfectly from another PC and take note of the new components if the same with the one there before.
RAM: Note its PC number
CPU: Note the Pentium/core version and speed required by your PC specification.

More so, make sure the RAM bank and CPU socket are free from dust.

For the case the case of HDD "BSOD", I would like to know what you mean by BSOD? Then we can get you (Kukumart) solution on that.

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#9
December 25, 2012 at 08:11:06

aZEdaz101_ ---got BSOD many times when im going to use the onboard video.. thats why i decided to clean out my CPU and put video card in it.. hoping that would solved my Hard drive from getting BSOD.. but then when i boot my computer with video card inserted no signal on my monitor.. and theres only EGA/VGA in BIOS.. i also found the Display init first.. I choose the PCIe Express.. but then still no luck.. thanks for the reply..:)

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