I have a work PC currently sitting on my desk. I'm not very good with hardware, software is my specialty. The tower block is a HP Pro and that's all I can tell you as I can't get anything on the screens. That is my problem.
I have tried with different monitors, different cables and both the VGA and DVI slot and I do not get any signal when I turn the machine on. On one hand, I think it's the motherboard on the other I think it may just be the slots as the worker who uses this PC said they had trouble with the screen sometimes and now it just doesn't work at all.
As far as I know the machine boots fine, but without any signal on the screens I can't tell.
My question is how can I determine its the motherboard or just the slots? There is a PCI-E X16 slot so I can get a cheap video card and stick it in for the ports and hope it works.
I heard of Breadboarding the board, would this be something worth doing or because I can't get any signal on the screen it wouldn't be worth it?
Edited by hamluis, 15 July 2016 - 11:12 AM.