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No VGA signal to TV. Replaced MB and GC. No luck. Frustrating. What next?

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#1 onegroovydude


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Posted 18 November 2014 - 12:18 PM

Hi. A couple weeks ago I turned my computer on and I got no vga signal. I searched the forums and dwindled it down to either a graphics card issue or motherboard issue going by the most popular responses to the question. So I replaced the graphics card first and it didn't help. So I just replaced the motherboard and it still didn't help. I've tested the tower on another monitor. No luck. Can anyone tell me what to look for next? No beeps on either mb when I start even though I know the latter is good. This is really driving me crazy. I'm running an Intel D945GTP MB and a Pentium D processor. Thanks

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#2 bludshot


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Posted 18 November 2014 - 06:47 PM

- try a currently known to be working monitor cable

- try dvi, hdmi? from the video card instead of vga

- take out the video card and try the onboard video


How heavy duty is the graphics card? Perhaps the PSU is going and isn't supplying enough power to the graphics card.


Is the new graphics card properly seated... If it requires a power cable going to it, is it plugged in?


Try taking out all the ram, and then putting only 1 ram chip in (and then take that out and try the next one etc).

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