Onboard Build In VGA not working

October 26, 2011 at 21:01:30
Specs: Window XP Professional SP 3, Intel ® Pentium ® Dual CPU E 2180 2.0 GHz / Kingston KVR667D2 N5 1GB Single Channel DDR2

Hi All,
This morning one of my PC not boot up. When I turn Power on
CPU fan running, no beep, power supply fan working, power supply good (already tested with another PC), on Monitor don't show anything.
I suspect is on Board VGA spoil already,
1. But How I install new VGA card for MSI 7379,
2. Because cannot bootup means cannot install the VGA driver. That is the problem.
Is Anyone can help me please?



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October 26, 2011 at 22:38:47

First thing to do is this: Remove all hardware (except required hardware; CPU, RAM, etc.) and replace and retest. Also, make sure no CPU pins were bent, or try it with a different CPU. Then, reseat or replace the RAM. And if that doesn't work, make sure your PC speaker is working. You should also try taking your motherboard out of the case (It works sometimes). Also, test your components with another board. Or, just get a new MB. And integrated VGA does tend to stop working after some time. Anyway, just follow those instructions.

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October 27, 2011 at 01:34:18

1. I remove all hardware and reseat.
2. I test CPU in another computer, still working. (My CPU is Intel E 2180)
3. I plugin the speaker, but no boot up sound when I reboot the system. Sound card working.
4. Taking our the MoBo and reseat.

I try all above still cannot :(
But now I temporary take out the harddisk and put in another spare computer continue working.

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October 27, 2011 at 03:53:34

You can install a video card and Windows will be able to boot up well enough to load drivers. If not then enter BIOS set up and make adjustments to video settings (BIOS will use required basic VGA of video card). If you do not get anything out of monitor with video card, try to clear CMOS, but your motherboard may have another problem if that is the case (assuming your power supply can handle the video card you choose).

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October 27, 2011 at 05:20:56

The lack of the BIOS beep code is the key. If you're not getting the single "all is well" beep at startup, I doubt there's anything wrong with the onboard VGA. And since you said you've confirmed the PSU & CPU are good, you most likely have a bad motherboard.

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October 28, 2011 at 19:47:41

He has no PC speaker installed. He only installed the PCI Audio Card. Try connecting the PC Speaker (the actual speaker) to the motherboard. You should have one, unless it is built in to the motherboard.

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