Facing problem with CPU.

August 25, 2010 at 05:34:55
Specs: Windows XP
I have problem with my CPU.
When I turn on the CPU,there is no signal passing to monitor,However I had check with the datacable it is working fine,why I am sure is If I remove the data cable from CPU able to see the No signal message on the monitor.
I dont know where is the problem is,till I turn off my CPU,the fan is on with high sound.

Could some body guess where the problem is ??..

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August 25, 2010 at 05:47:02
First of all, your computer tower is not the CPU. The CPU is the processor inside the case.

Turning on a monitor without it being connected should result in the message you see. That is normal.

No video is probably just a symptom of some problem with the computer not starting.

If your fan is running really fast the computer may be overheating. Stop trying to use it and check out things. Open the case and have a look.

Had you posted some information on your computer we might have a better idea of possible reasons for your issue. Some motherboards use a system of mounting the CPU cooler that is prone to coming loose. The system may just be extremely dusty/dirty inside and that is causing the problem. The fan is reacting to an increase in temperatures.

Did this happen all at once or have you had intermittent problems in the past?

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August 25, 2010 at 05:53:45
Thanks for your response...

I have started my System after 6 months,as you said it is bit dust...

what is the better resolution for this?

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August 25, 2010 at 06:08:54
Youre still not giving any info. What is the make/model of the computer? Did it boot up fine?

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August 25, 2010 at 06:15:32
The best method to clean out the case is to buy canned compressed air and use it to blow out all the dust and dirt. This will be messy so you may want to move the tower. Be sure to also blow out the power supply from both ends too. No need to remove any hardware during this process.

This may or may not solve your problem. If the tower had been moved the heat sink could have come dislodged, which will cause immediate overheating.

Why haven't you posted any specs for your computer?

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