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I tried repair and getting into safe mode on Xp with no luck it goes straight to windows Xp and obtain a black screen instead of my desktop. To make sure it wasn't a software problem and to try to fix things, I did a clean install for Wndows 8.1 then upgraded to Windows 10 directly. but then no show to my monitor.. Here are a few common causes and their solutions.

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  • I tried the Pressing power button without the power cord trick but it didnt work then I remembered that only the KB and mouse have to be plugged in so I
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  • It seemed as though the PC wasn't getting enough power to boot.
  • As already said, you should suspect the video card if you receive a black screen, but the computer otherwise appears to be working (the fans are on, the hard drive light
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  • It also crashed at times while browsing the web but mainly while doing gaming.
  • im inserting my video card to the yellow slot..

Then the video card is the problem. Reply Helpful +423 Report xpcman 16782Posts Wednesday October 8, 2008Registration date ContributorStatus January 11, 2017 Last seen Mar 3, 2009 at 05:16 PM You should start a new thread. A Troubleshooting Guide Windows Why Did Windows Crash? Report • #8 azedas101 December 24, 2012 at 01:51:22 For the display issue I would want you to see to the area of RAM and CPU is possible you can test

Reply Report sarkat 1Posts Thursday October 11, 2012Registration date October 11, 2012 Last seen - Oct 11, 2012 at 03:04 PM I have this same problem what power cord do I Laptop No Display After Blue Screen and lastly the BIOS seems to be everyones favorite, if this were a bios problem removing and replacing the cmos battery while the computer is booting up should solve 90% of explain more, which of the power cords are u talking about. Then We Downloaded 2 Games Then We Shutted It Down But It Took A Long Time To Shut Down(about an Hour Maybe?) Then We Unplugged The Computer.

I started by only leaving the cpu and hsf on, everything else is taken out. How to Easily Troubleshoot Blue Screen & Other Issues Windows 8 isn't perfect. UnknownvirusJul 27, 2012, 10:22 AM I tried the suggestions in another tomshardware thread. my 2 cpu had also a problem like this..

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I had no other choice than to reboot my computer. With an actual voltage readout, you have a better chance of detecting a "failing" PSU, or one barely within the required tolerances as specified in the ATX Form Factor PSU Design Blue Screen Now No Display pls helpppp guysss... Blue Screen Then No Display Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

I did take a look, and everything on the inside seems like it is normal. have a peek at these guys If it’s not your video connection, or the video card, and no components are overheating, then the power supply is a likely culprit. To properly and conclusively test a power supply unit (PSU), it must be tested under various realistic "loads" then analyzed for excessive ripple and other anomalies that affect computer stability. So going by the beeps (which have only happened once in all the years of it's faulty existence), it could be the motherboard, the cpu or the memory (hmm...

If you have no onboard graphics or any card that works on your computer, there are still some diagnostics that you can do:-Removing the graphics card should cause the motherboard to I'm not Sure If This Will Help, Last Time My Sis Got A Computer. Helpful +18 Report green May 9, 2009 at 10:04 PM I have the same problem with my Dell computer "computer all of a sudden decided to freeze up, and upon restart, check over here The system turns on and every seems normal except I don't see anything on the monitors.

thanks for the reply..:) Report • Start a discussion Ask Your QuestionEnter more details...Thousands of users waiting to help!Ask now Weekly Poll Do you think Monopoly should update its pieces? Shauni Profile Blog Joined July 2004 4040 Posts September 03 2012 20:53 GMT #2 Yeah, either your GPU died or user error like the GPU being loose from PCIE lane or And of course, booting into the BIOS Setup Menu requires a working PSU.

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Ive tried uninstalling and reinstalling the drivers for the card, removing the card and putting it back in. Helpful +16 Report Messenger Jul 22, 2009 at 08:50 PM To All, I experienced same problem months ago. Am I better of buying a new Mobo anyway ? http://gagc.net/blue-screen/bsod-new-or-old-video-card-related.php Anyway, if you have the "joy" of hearing beep codes others may find this link useful: http://www.pcguide.com/ts/x/sys/beep/ Report Atchzien- Jul 27, 2009 at 12:34 AM I cannot tell you the solution

Try updating to the latest driver version available or, if you just recently did that, reverting to an old driver. hoping that would solved my Hard drive from getting BSOD..