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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:55 pm 
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Hi. Maybe im stupid, but cant find the problem with my pc.

Was told that the psu was shot. Bought another one, but still a no signal on the monitor, then no power. Changed over 5 vga cables earlier too. Same issue.

Can it be my on board graphics? Please

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PostPosted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 9:29 am 
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Can you borrow another monitor to test it?

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Do any lights come on? Does it make any noises? Can you hear the fan running? Any beeps?

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As the others have said. Also check that there is actually mains power to the computer and monitor. Check that the switch on the back the PSU is on if there is one. Check that the monitor itself is turned on.


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make sure the psu is switched on at the back and that the fuse in the plug isn't blown, it could be no end of issues

do the fans or hdd make a noise, what make of machine and spec is it ??


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