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It was in exactly the right place to create a ground fault in contact with the back of the board. Yesterday set up new video drivers and had a COH 4 session (couldn't run due to DirectX failure before) that must have been pretty intensive on the rig, but no smoke, What threw me off there was that the CPU fan was working, but the culprit was that the maker did not put enough conduction goop under the fan to transfer the I took out the RAM again then everything's fine up to now. this contact form

Blue Screen came on while I was gaming. Any help? At the moment it's running fine and I swapped the ram around (but I don't expect that to last). bishops suggestion to hold down the power button without any device attached(no monitor, no keyboard, no power, no cdrom, no HD) It works for the first boot up with all the http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1709076/build-booting.html

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I did a reformat on the whole thing but in crashes. Highway72 Power on computer & press F8 to start computer with safe mode. I have tried a regular 19" LCD and it still gives me the same problem....Anyone out there please help......

Had some problems months before, though. Helpful +3 Report kromar May 16, 2009 at 03:03 PM i have the same problem as Guayaco36, most of the time it happens when rebooting and its very anoying:( specs: gigabyte Then I said what the heck I might as well as dust my MO and fans out while I am here. Upon starting it says Select the proper boot device or insert a bootable cd and restart (cant remember the exact phrase).

Helpful +0 Report ezinezout Jul 12, 2009 at 10:10 PM I had same problem. Psu Paperclip Test So weird......I tested my electricity and it is grounded so that's not the problem. About Us Contact Us Digital Edition Customer Service Gift Subscription Ad Choices Newsletters Privacy Policy RSS Terms of Service Agreement E-commerce Affiliate Relationships PCWorld CATEGORIES Business Laptops Mobile PC Hardware Printers http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2049133/build-wont-boot-installed-graphics-card.html Instead: "The system won't boot; when it tries to boot, it generates an error saying that no operating system is installed.

finally after all the trouble shoooting to my desktop, finally have found out what's the problem. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. good luck. The only way for me to use my computer is to manually disconnect the PSU power cord from the back.....I really need someone's wisdom....

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or it could be the monitor itself 4. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1825429/computer-wont-boot-black-screen.html After exiting the CMOS it's doing the same thing and the unplug/on button solution won't work. Cpu Power Cable A CCM membership gives you access to additional options. How To Reset Cmos Also, try an online forum (like the PCWorld Forums).

well ok that narrows it down!). weblink I saw the CPU light extinguish after about 5 seconds. So then I removed the RAM, booted, turned it off, replaced the RAM, booted and it was all working fine. Go to display settings and change screen resolution to minimum. Pcpartpicker

I have 7 fans cooling my system down which I keep clean at least once a month religiously. nothing. Report keen- Aug 28, 2009 at 07:25 AM hi whats the problem of my computer? navigate here Any help would be greatly appreciated.

in attached hardware (hard drive, ram, graphics card, shorted monitor VGA cord, etc.) 3. Once you solve the problem, throw the page or pages into a folder for future reference.Getting frustrated? I thought my mobo was bad.

Make one change at a time!Document your changes.

Pay attention to your system's changes. When I try to reboot, I can see that my hard drive isn't visible to the BIOS."nVidia GeForce graphics card. Even if the power cord is plugged in, I've found that the plug to the system PSU might not be firmly seated. If something isn't working that was working before, ask yourself, what's different?

I have it connected with my HDMI cable but I also have tried VGA and it doesn't help. I uninstalled the program which I thought was corrupting my PC, I backed up my files just in case and Have NOT had any problems since then. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. http://sumolinux.com/solved-new/solved-new-build.html pls help me.

My computer all of a sudden decided to freeze up, and upon restart, the monitor won't get a signal, the light stays yellow. All I get is constant "No signal" message on both monitors I've tried, and no post or signs of it booting. Previous 1 2 3 Next Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. Just grab a sheet of paper and note each step along the way, what worked and what didn't.

I then did a manual restart (pushing power button) and then comp won't post anymore, fans going, cd drive working, everything humming, but nothing on video. See more No signal to monitor Monitor no signal There is no signal coming from your computer Monitor Gets No Signal / Computer Won't Boot Monitor no signal and computer won't for example it may be at 96htz go lower and reboot normaly. Report bhupi- Aug 13, 2009 at 11:06 AM Mine is doing exactly the same.

and are plugged into the right output. It crashed again recently and rebooted automatically, I restarted it and entered the BIOS setup to check the settings and it froze in BIOS setup screen and I hadn't changed anything, First check your monitor manual for the maximum resolution and refresh rate. In the above example, of the system not booting, you might realize that you just installed a second hard drive in your system.Make only one change at a time.

I've also plugged systems into power strips, but the strip itself wasn't turned on or plugged in. After I did this, then the system suddenly worked. when I power up all fans spin but the gfx card soes something weird.. My Acer screen said no signal and Windows wouldn't even boot up.

Your motherboard may be screwed in to tight. The only way I get it to turn it on is to unplug the power cord from the back and plugged it back in.....if I leave the power cord connected to Thanks, it worked for me. What can be causing the problem...?