Inspect the ends of the cable for bent or damaged pins. They simply blink instead of staying solid. The max point reward for answering a question is Posted by Mr Anderson on Sep 06, If it does not make a difference.
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Posted by Mr Anderson on Sep 06, You can’t post conmments that contain an email address. If you never get that green led light then either the video vidfo is bad or not seated properly. I would try a W or better. Google suggests PSU to be the cause. Asis you perform the procedures I suggested make sure that nothing i.
If this happens at boot and no POST screen display is seen, try checking the connections between the monitor and the video card, there may be a loose cable.
I read your other posted questions. Want Answer 0 Clicking this will make more experts see the question and we will remind you when it gets answered. Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes! Try removing the memory and see if you get a beep code for a memory failure. Answer questions, earn points and help others Answer questions. More Print this page Share this page. Windows, Linux, Unix, etc. Recheck the wiring harness and ensure that the motherboard is wired correctly.
The md speaker is usually a set of four pins and you use the outside pair to connect the speaker. A problem with the CPU, memorypower supply or the motherboard itself will cause this problem.
If it does get another monitor If the monitor works then you know you have a video output issue. Best thing about this new service asuus that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
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A watt power supply seems a little light. David Payne Level 3 Expert Answers. PSU detailsn from barcode: Most motherboards use a green led which represents there is stand-by power running to the board.
Alun Cox Level 3 Expert Answers. Tell us some more! If none of these solutions work then I would assume that you have a bad motherboard or CPU.
Add Your Answer Tips for a great answer: Clarify these questions for me sebaswis. If it has a video card in one of the slots, remove it, try another one in the same slot. If the monitor does not, you have a dead monitor.
This led will turn green when the asuss boots up, sometimes even showing a “no signal” display before boot. Please enter a valid email address.