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Computer powers up but no display on monitor


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#1 Charzz

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Posted 15 August 2017 - 03:31 AM

This is all happened a few weeks ago when my computer would lose signal to my monitor while playing games, when it did this everything remanded on and the fans on the GPU would speed up. I tried reinstalling all of my graphics drivers but that didn't fix it I then found out that the video card I've been using has over heating issues so decided just to order a new one which I still have not got yet. But today  I was watching videos on youtube when my computer just lost signal to the monitor, I fiqured my graphics card was now totally poked because when I tried to boot it up nothing came up on the screen.

 

So I then removed my GPU and plugged the monitor into the motherboard and tried started it all powers up but doesn't boot, it wasn't even picking up my keyboard because that always lights up right before I get the BIOS. So I tried taking 1 stick of ram out still same problem then I tried removing the other stick leaving me with no ram and still it won't boot. So I tried unplugging my harddrive and DVD and still nothing. Note that everything will power up all the fans and the cpu fan ect but nothing comes up on the screen. So now I'm not sure what is wrong with the computer here are my specs

 

750 gold watt power supply

1070 gtx geforce

16 GB Ram

i7 6700k

Gigabyte B150M-D3H Intel Skylake mATX


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#2 mightywiz

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Posted 15 August 2017 - 11:44 AM

you need to reset the bios so the on board video is turned back on..   you probably disabled it when you installed the graphics card.

or just put the gpu and then go into the bios and enable onboard video, then take the gpu out






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