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Posted 12 January 2005 - 12:18 PM
Thanks for all your help. Last night I put on my "stronger" glasses and noticed that there is a pin missing in my monitor cable. Would one little missing pin keep me from getting a signal? Also I see that the cable is hard wired to my monitor. Does this mean that I will have to buy a monitor or could I replace the cable myself by taking apart the monitor?
If you're not getting any kind of signal from the on-board video, then it could be a few things. Replacing the processor is not really an option until you find out exactly where the problem is. It could be the processor, motherboard, or memory. The only way to determine that is to test the system with a part that works at each position (new processor, then new motherboard, then new memory).
Because the system is older, I'm not sure where you would be able to find parts for it unless you take it to a computer store to see if they have any older parts that your system could use. It's kinda hard to do this yourself if you're not familiar with hardware.
As far as suggestions on what to do, I'm not too sure what you can do other than find a computer store and ask if they could check it out for you.
Sorry I couldn't help you more
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