My computer gives power to lights, fans, hdd and vga fan. But nothing comes up on screen. I have checked all connections. Monitor was working fine till a few months ago. Then, I left off the computer for a few months. Now, nothing is appearing on he screen. Please help!
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Plese follow these steps:---
1. first power on the pc and check the monitor is on or not.
2. If monitor is on and not booting then
3. power off the pc ( please press the power button some second)
4. remove the memory card and power on
5. notice that the beep come from the motherboard or not if yes then your motherboard is ok and give thanks to god because you save lots of money to spent.
6. now check your SMPS.
7. if SMPS is ok then check your PCI slots
8. if any card insert in the pci slots the remove it and start your pc.
NOW ENJOY WITH YOUR PC .
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hey same problem but have a fix basily just do this
1. press ctrl + alt+ delete to bring up task manger
2. Make a new task
3.In the box that pops up just type "explorer.exe" no speach marks
4. Your desktop should come up im afraid this may be to a virus you will have to do this every time it loads up so I recomend a virus scan if you have no virus protection just go here
http://download.cnet.com/... its avg free its lasts forever and suits you virus needs (getting rid off)
Its the motherboard/processor/power supply. Try the motherboard first! I had to replace mine and they gave me a better motherboard, a better processor, and a better gfx card! for a discount :D
- If the fan has power, it's not your power supply unless you added new hardware, then theres a possibility.
- If the CPU LIGHT goes on, but your monitor doesn't, its your monitor. Look at your monitor light!
- Your motherboard is responsible for your RAM, GFX card, Processor, and everything else! I call it the core.
- Dust could've clogged up the PC. Clean it up!
- If all of these fail, disconnect all hard drives and all CD & DVD drives. If it boots up, you know your problem. Just reconnect one by one, following with a startup.
This answer has a 90% chance of answering your question correctly.
Talked to a tech about the same issue, he stated in getting another power supply. Because of the power supply going bad it cant push everything. Get another power supply then repost if the problem is fixed or still the same. Makes since if you think about it, Its like having a weak battery on a car you have enough juice to run the electricals such as radio,turn signals, and dome lights but wont start the engine... Try getting another Power supply..... its weak.
i face this problem and I became hopeless from that machine
one day when I was thinking to change my machine suddenly a thing came in my mind to change my bios by programming its chip ic from shop I do this and my machine became ok so friends I suggest to change the bios
feel free to contact for any more suggestion from me
I would start by checking every component. If you have spares - try using those to eliminate components as the cause. Use the onboard video card if you have one... If the problem still exists, it is likely not your video card.
One of the most likely causes is RAM. Try reseating all of your ram modules. There is a good chance this is the culprit.
check the cable of your monitor and if nothing happens then check your video card. If again when you open the power of your pc and still the same, you can try to change your video card or again if nothing happens then you should buy another computer coz your pc is dead.....
Hi guys, I have the same problem or similar. A few weeks ago I woke up to a frozen desktop after some drunken attempt at watching a film. Anyway I restarted the pc and no display.....everything is powered up but I get a clicking sound from the DVD drive....I have unplugged that, but still no display, bought a new GPU, still no display, removed and replaced ram in different set up's, still no display, is my motherboard somehow fried?
This is a common fault when certain additional graphics cards are used.
2 options. 1) remove add on graphics card and boot with onboard card. OR
2) inbios check that you have enabled support for any addon cards.
I posted number 17 on here I forgot to ask... what the heck else could be the problem? I mean I used lower rated equipment to ensure the psu wasn't being drained, the mobo seems okay as the ram test is carried out normally... what should I do?
it can sometimes mean the graphics card has fried, my computer did it, grahpics card didnt help, neither did it when it happened to gfs computer but when it happened to my managing directors, it fixed it... just my luck
hi people (sorry 4 my English) I had the same problem with my desktop "Computer powers on, but does not boot [Solved/Closed]" I can say that I found the problem and a solution without changing anything to him not even the processor ...so the problem is that the person ho has this problem he made it cleaning physical the inside of the computer with a blower or a pressurized air and the cooler of the processor spin faster then it shod.....The fixing of this problem remove the battery of the motherboard after remove the processor after 20 sec put back the processor after the battery ....all this time u remove the power and remove gentile the cooler of the processor and be very careful with motherboard .....for me it work perfectly GOOD LUCK