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Computer no video display

By nosebleedXD
Feb 3, 2009
  1. hi i recently just built a new computer

    unforntunately, when i turned it on, nothing video displays. Im sure the ram and video card and etc work because i've tested it before on my old specs

    so i was sure my mobo was dead

    so i sent rma'd it back to asus and got a new one... still no luck

    and now basically, i'm stuck and don't know what to do

    my specs are :

    asus p5q pro

    9800gtx+

    ocz stealthxstream 600w

    g,skill ddr2 1000 4gb

    please post here and help out

    THANK YOU - your friendly noob nosebleedXD
     
  2. nosebleedXD

    nosebleedXD TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 233

    forgot to mention, im running on a pentium D 805
     
  3. clone

    clone TS Rookie

    just trying to help (clone)

    try to unplugged again your Vcard & memory card n try 2 put it bck again if it dosen't work try 2 unslot again ur memory card then try 2 the other slot hand it w/ care n put it bk then try 2 turn on again ur CPU if it dosen't work maybe there's also a problem on ur accesory u said that u try both 2 ur old one n its work try it again if its work maybe ur new buy mobo also had a problem or ur memory card are not compatible 2 ur new one. try 2 ask a help on ur mobo supplier wer u'd buy ur new one if ur memory card are compatible 2 ur mobo
     
  4. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524

    @Clone

    What?

    Maybe read the below ;)




    Please do some proofreading of your new threads
    http://www.techspot.com/vb/showthread.php?p=656288#post656288

    Guide to Making a Good Post/Thread
    TechSpot Community & Posting Guidelines
    That should help, I hope. ;)
     
  5. kahos_angel

    kahos_angel TS Rookie

    This may be something you've already done, I only suggest it because it happened to me with my new build. Check your motherboard to see if there is another power connector near your expansion slots. This has to be connected (mine wouldn't even boot till it was). Plug that in, it's usually a 4 pin power connector and see if that solves your problem.
     
  6. nosebleedXD

    nosebleedXD TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 233

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