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No Display from moniter upon booting

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#1 icestriker


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Posted 24 November 2012 - 02:00 AM

So today i was trying to install a new GPU (560 TI) and it wouldn't display anything when i booted it up (i think this is because of wattage of my PSU not meeting the requirements of the new GPU), so i decided to switch back to my Geforce GTX 260 for the time being and now that won't display. also i tried upgrading my RAM but i realized i bought DDR3 instead of DDR2 so i couldn't do that either.


PSU: tr2-430 Thermaltake (not 100% sure the wattage on this)
Mobo: Asus m2n68-am plus
Ram: x2 p6400 2 gig crucial DDR2 (tried to upgrade to x2 kingston 4gig DDR3)
GPU: Geforce GTX 260 (tried to upgrade to Geforce EVGA 560 TI)

I have had a problem before where the display wouldn't because of fried RAM, but i really hope that is not the case, and that happened (the ram frying) while i was playing a game.

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#2 icestriker

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 10:50 AM

Solved, This morning i tried unplugging some connections in my pc and replugging them and it seems to be working fine now.

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Posted 24 November 2012 - 10:52 AM

Nice work, thanks for letting us know.

Happy computing :).


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