No signal to monitor......

September 30, 2012 at 20:47:49
Specs: Windows 7, amd athlon 64x2
Power supply good....Fans work....HD spins....CPU dosen't even get warm.....No signal to monitor.....Thanks in advance for any help....

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September 30, 2012 at 23:47:18
I there any light lit on the monitor? If yes then what color?

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October 1, 2012 at 05:12:01
How do you confirm the power supply is good? Even if fans and other components appear to work, you might not have all voltages OK.
Onboard video or distinct video card?
System info? Make model (system, components, video)? Power supply (make, model, wattage, and amperage on the 12volt rail)?
Have you had any recent problems?
Have you made any recent changes to hardware or software?
Have you been recently cleaning out your computer's case?
Have you recently used a software or web based 'cleaner'?

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October 1, 2012 at 11:43:06

Kindly follow the below mentioned steps:
• Reseat monitor cable.
• Reset the monitor to factory defaults. Run Self-test on the Monitor. If Monitor supports Built in Diagnostics, run the test.

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October 1, 2012 at 12:46:32
The screen is blue with no connection........The machine is a custom built and I've had problems from the beginning......Dvd damaged in shipping......Sat unused for 2 years.....A computer tech confirmed power supply good......and had it running on stress test but would occasionally crash......Returned to me in current state.....The mobo is MCP61SM-AM and the cpu AMD ATHLON 64x2 My first puzzlement is whats wrong? And can I reasonably fix it? And if I have to swap out mobo and cpu should I upgrade? I'm not a gamer but I like to multitask and steam audio and video....Cost is a concern.....but I'd like to try and repair this unit.....Thanks for the replies and any additional help is appreciated....JT

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October 8, 2012 at 09:14:24
You let it sit for 2 yrs without attempting to fix it? You really haven't listed any useful specs but if it's an AM2 system with an X2 CPU, it's already outdated.

We need to know which X2 you have, the amount/type/speed of RAM (should be at least 2GB DDR2-800), whether you have a video card or are using onboard graphics, the make/model/type of hard drive, & make/model of power supply. If you don't know the power supply info, open the case & get it off the label - wattage & amperage specs are needed. Wattage alone is useless.

Do you hear any beeps at startup?

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