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No Signal After Reseating CPU Fan/heat Sink
Jun 8, 2008 #21 nickc TechSpot Paladin Posts: 923 +11 why does it have to be one of those especially u are going to have to format and reinstall the Cleared the CMOS with a jumper pins for 10+ seconds...twice. So, yesterday I cleaned my pc of dust - did a full sweep, cpu, hard drive, gpu, front case. Tried:Switched the monitor cable from PCIe video card to integrated card.
Re-seated the ram. If you get a long beep then you have a memory problem. http://imgur.com/UH1Id5e My motherboard is far from new my friend, I sort of know what you are talking about with the speaker but my motherboard did not come with one, either that or IF not it might just be slightly off.
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Is there any precautions I should take or something? and I get no Beeps. Antivirus Avast Browser Firefox Other Info You forgot speakers, man. I unhooked the fan, and it looks like the CPU came off with the fan however, I've tried separating the two, but they're stuck to each other pretty good.
Also, I assume your mobo doesn't have a BIOS bootcode LED display or anything like that? Next to my SSD, the Be Quiet! Any other suggestions? Laptop Wont Turn On After Disassembly solved Installed a new CPU cooler, monitor and tv both now wont receive signal solved No signal after installation of a new CPU cooler No signal to monitor after installing new
Quote: Originally Posted by jimbo45 Hi there Remove everything except keyboard . No. My PC isn't working. try here If that isn't the speaker you are talking about, then no, it isn't making any sound.
Any suggestions? Cleaned Computer Now No Display I made a small X on the processor so it would spread evenly when I reseat the heatsink. Installed new CPU upgrade from 32 bit to 64bit cpu and no signal on monitor My monitor has no signal when i have installed a new cpu solved Installed a new Thanks dusty, my power supply does have a lead which has a four pin with a split(attached ) two pin plug, which I'm guessing is simply used to make it to
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Dump analysis is not my thing. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f24/solved-monitor-gets-no-signal-from-gpu-after-dust-cleaning-it-667776.html I thought the connection wasn't in all the way, but it was, and everything seemed alright. No Display After Cleaning Pc Good Luck. Cleaned Computer Now No Video thanks for the help Jack!
It's rare that a monitor will become 100% defective but not impossible. Sometimes the monitor would light up a little but then it went dark again. my psu is not branded btw. 540w, and the prob occured when i smelled something burned or toased. Do you need the crash dump too? Computer Won't Boot After Cleaning
I am assuming this is a problem. It takes less than a minute and is completely free! I redid it, made sure there was good contact on it and it worked. Also, I assume your mobo doesn't have a BIOS bootcode LED display or anything like that? 09-26-2012, 04:32 AM #3 Sirion Registered Member Join Date: Sep 2012
http://imgur.com/UH1Id5e My motherboard is far from new my friend, I sort of know what you are talking about with the speaker but my motherboard did not come with one, either that or Installed New Cpu No Display He'll know how to rebuild that part of the PC without causing further damage (I hope). Sign in to follow this Followers 0 My PC will boot, but monitor says "no signal detected"?
If you have no graphics the a) try changing you graphics card or b) if you are using built in graphics then plug in a graphics card. 5.
I also noticed when I removed the heatsink, I didn't secure the heatsink like it should be the previous time. https://www.sevenforums.com/vip/257690-psu-how-test.html#post2130086 & PSU - Jump Start My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Own build (new) Desk1 / Asus ROG Win 7 / Desk2 1st build OS Desk1 7 It has been reverted since. I Took My Laptop Apart And Now The Screen Wont Work Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page...
Please help Try a different type of input, input from dvi, hdmi, vga, from your motherboard directly then from your gpu, if that doesn't work try plugging the monitor into another computer. Best answer maddogfargoOct 8, 2014, 11:42 AM You probably just bumped the GPU during the install. There should be a speaker that comes with any motherboard.Plug that in and listen to the beeps when you turn it on.Here is a picture, I'm going to the store now. Good Luck Helpful +0 Report prakash Nov 22, 2014 at 09:09 AM Thank you so much..
Need to be careful when removing the CPU from the heat sink. After I finished, I plugged everything back in correctly, and there aren't any parts missing their power. I mean Mbps. Hi, so as of lately my laptop GPU peaks about 90 C while playing BF3, in comparison to what it used to peak at around 70 C.
Think Tank View Public Profile Find More Posts by Think Tank . 04 Aug 2013 #2 ICIT2LOL Desk1 7 Home Prem / Desk2 10 Pro / Main lap Asus ROG Do you have another one, that's a bit stonger? Thread: Installed new Heatsink, now my computer won't boot. Check also the monitor is connected PROPERLY too.
Jul 11, 2006 #4 pcaceit TS Rookie Posts: 315 If your dvd light is on constantly Remove the DVD drive from the IDE cable and pull the power plug on the Connect a PSU and soem RAM. Throughout all of this I never got any beeps or display. ok.So it's either your cpu or motherboard. (most likely motherboard).....
Also try different cables if you have them Make sure you have the monitor set to receive the right type of input.I will try VGA from mobo share Link to post Share Most shorts cause the mobo to not boot at all but it is possible that a cpu cooler too tight could cause just a short in the northbridge for example, which Power cord seems to work cause the pc turns on etc.