Re: Re: -848p-a7 ;monitor turns on but nothing shows up

Discussion in 'ECS' started by uddarts, Aug 24, 2005.

  1. uddarts

    uddarts Guest

    "OSAL" wrote:
    > please any ideas...?? thanks


    i’d look to your psu first. try posting with just the vid card(5500),
    1 stick of memory and hs/fan. be sure to clear the cmos/bios.

    what brand and model psu are you using?


    ud
    uddarts, Aug 24, 2005
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  2. uddarts

    OSAL Guest

    "uddarts" wrote:
    > i'd look to your psu first. try posting with just the vid
    > card(5500), 1 stick of memory and hs/fan. be sure to clear the
    > cmos/bios.
    >
    > what brand and model psu are you using?
    >
    >
    > ud


    oh thank you very much for your reply....the psu is 400w...i clear the
    cmos in the new motherboard...but nothing happen still no display..i m
    desperate....could it be that my system is xp?..thank you so much for
    replayin
    OSAL, Aug 25, 2005
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  3. uddarts

    uddarts Guest

    "OSAL" wrote:
    > oh thank you very much for your reply....the psu is 400w...i
    > clear the cmos in the new motherboard...but nothing happen
    > still no display..i m desperate....could it be that my system
    > is xp?..thank you so much for replayin


    try posting with just the vid card(5500), 1 stick of memory and
    hs/fan.

    hopefully the system will boot to video. then you’ll know for sure
    that you need to replace the psu with a better one. something with
    12v/20 or 22amps.

    what brand and model is the 400 watt psu?

    ud
    uddarts, Aug 25, 2005
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  4. uddarts

    OSAL Guest

    "uddarts" wrote:
    > try posting with just the vid card(5500), 1 stick of memory
    > and hs/fan.
    >
    > hopefully the system will boot to video. then you'll know for
    > sure that you need to replace the psu with a better one.
    > something with 12v/20 or 22amps.
    >
    > what brand and model is the 400 watt psu?
    >
    > ud


    a 2400w psu???
    OSAL, Aug 25, 2005
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  5. uddarts

    uddarts Guest

    uddarts, Aug 25, 2005
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