Hi everyone, I've been running on this computer for 2 years now and a major issue just happened. I was browsing the internet and the screen got black and a "No signal" error message came from my monitor and even the sound of the music I was listening stoped. So I checked the cables to see if it had fallen off but everything was fine. I reboot my computer and it works fine for about 10 minutes then I get the same thing. Two days later, I can't even get my computer to boot because I have this No Signal error when I press the power button. Even my whole computer is frozen. The fans are all working, including my graphic card fan, all lights on the motherboard works too. So I pin-point what the problem is and I find out it's my graphic card, my ATI X700 Pro. If I remove it and use my on-board card my computer works fine. If I put it back, can't boot, no signal. I tried using another cable to power it and got the same results. But interesting is that when I turn the power the fan works well, in fact it goes 100%. Also interesting is that it worked fine for 2 years and I did not change my hardware since then. I also checked my power supply just in case and it's a 350watt and the requirements for x700 is 300. I tried un-plugging all my HD and DVD power source and nothing did. Also interesting is that for two days I COULD boot and got the "no signal" only after 15 minutes of activity but now it won't even start. And I can't recall anything I did that could have caused this. I also never overclocked it so I doubt it's fried. Any ideas how I could fix it, as I don't have any PCI-E slot for more modern cards?