| BIOS cleared when computer was unplugged and current drained.|
Test PSU is good....works fine in other PCs
Used LCD and CRT montiors...same result.
Using newer LCD monitor, when computer first powers up, displays message : "analog signal detected"....light is green (not amber)....then goes "dark" but is glowing....light remains green.
When computer is turned off....the screen goes cold dark....no glow...and the light goes amber (indicating no power or signal from pc).
The above occurs with any monitor....including the one that worked previously.
I am not sure about the test AGP card compatibility. (I think it is something like type 1 or type 2..etc). Would need to check that.
HOWEVER....the issue of the current status using the integrated video connection (PC is running and booting.....monitor is being powered with some type of signal...green light and a dark glow as well as the report of an analog signal by the LCD monitor)......
Has anyone seen this condition before?
I am going to try to get a basic pci video card to test as well...
But...what if the BIOS is still set to default to the integrated (unless otherwise specified in the settings)...if the settings cannot be viewed?
Just very odd, the system is running "fine" (windows is booting and running)....some video signal is being sent with power....just no image.
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