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    Default My new build arrived but nothing works.

    I set everything up according to the manuals and booted it up. it went to the bios but I didn't have a OS on hand so I had to wait for a few days to get one. When I finally did boot up my new computer today nothing appears on the monitor at all. I've tried ALL DAY switching things around playing with buttons doing power resets- I must have booted the computer 50 times. All with no luck the monitor does not respond at all. Do you guys have any idea what's going on?

    My build is Recommend a good build (gaming pc) ? I'm very indecisive. found here (Earthmonger's)

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    please help this is so frustrating

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    Have you tried a CMOS reset?
    Try running with a single stick ram instead and ensure that the Motherboard's 8pin power connector is plugged in.

    You might also like to try shifting the video card to the other PCI-E slot see if you get a display by doing that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Have you tried a CMOS reset?
    Try running with a single stick ram instead and ensure that the Motherboard's 8pin power connector is plugged in.

    You might also like to try shifting the video card to the other PCI-E slot see if you get a display by doing that?
    i've tried all of that

    i've tried two different kinds of resets

    one where i take out the motherboards battery and unplug PSU and hold the power button for 10 seconds

    and another one where i only do it for the power supply unplugged for 10 seconds

    neither work

    i tried shifting video cards to other slot and i tried different combinations with my converter (something to VGA)

    i tried the ram thing

    but no matter what i do my computer monitor does not respond at all - it did a few days ago so i have no idea why it doesn't now

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    you mean the hardware is power up but nothing shown up on the monitor?

    Make sure you plug the monitor to porper port of the vid card.

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    I have made sure and I am sure that it is the right port- that and i've tried all the different combinations so i know that couldn't be it

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    Might seem like a dumb question, but: Your video card requires two 6-pin power connectors. Are both of them plugged in?

    If you can't even see bios, this definitely sounds video-related. You should see something on the monitor.

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    This is assuming that when you switch on you see lights and fans running etc.(if this is not so, post what you see). Try.....

    Change the dvi you are connected to on graphics card

    Try a different pci(e) slot for graphics card

    Put another graphics card in (maybe swap the one from your old rig)

    Report any beep codes here
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    I think he reported he was in bios before the OS install. Start the pc and let it run through it's course until you think it has had plenty of time, then unplug the card to monitor cable and put it right back on. You may see a screen then...this has happened to me a few times for some unknown reason.

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    yeah both my 6-pin pci-e are plugged into my graphics card

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    do you mean plug my VGA plug (from my monitor) off from the case and plug it back into my video card? if so i've already tried this method and it does not work (very frustrating).

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    what do u mean change the dvi? the thing i have tried is i've tried both pci slots on my computer and i've tried both dvi slots in both configurations neither working out

    but i have not tried another video card i will try to do that

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    I would get a little computer micro speaker. Read your motherboard manual where to install it. The pins to install are by the power on/off pins on the motherboard. When you power on, the motherboard will give 1 long beep if it posts. If it does not post, it should give beep codes to diagnose the problem. You can get one at your local computer shop for a few $.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beejaycee View Post
    do you mean plug my VGA plug (from my monitor) off from the case and plug it back into my video card? if so i've already tried this method and it does not work (very frustrating).
    Yes, that is what I was talking about. I have no other ideas atm...

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    Dumb question number #2: Is the 8-pin power connector plugged in at the top of the motherboard?

    These are stupid questions, obviously, but whatever this problem is, I'm willing to bet hard cash that it is something dead simple that is getting overlooked.

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    Start over check All! your connections does your case have a speaker connection for the MB if so make make sure its connected so you can hear if it posts when you boot up 1 beep is what you will hear if you have another video card try it also. you were in the bios at one point so I am thinking its probably video card or monitor related.

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    i appreciate the concern but no it is not that ):

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