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No display on Monitors with PC Running

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Built my PC yesterday. Worked fine. Identified all components - updated everything.. and drivers.

 

Ran GMOD fine... But I did experience some *crashes?* when loading into World Of Tanks.

I managed to quickly get into the game and change settings from Ultra to High...

Lasted around 4 mins before again crashing

The crash included the monitors loosing signal... the PC was still running.. the fans were turned to a much higher speed  - Forcing me to hold the case power until it turned off.

 

This happened about 4/5 times...

 

THEN - I turned the PC on from one of these crashes... it runs (still does)... it detects a HDMI signal but does not display anything.

 

I DID attempt to restart the cmos - with a paper clip on the jbat1.

 

Anyone have simular situation or any solutions/suggestions?

I'm kind of pissed off :(

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Hi,

I recently had the same issue where my PC would turn on, fans spinning but no display on screen. I fixed this by inspecting my whole PC such as looking at the CPU socket pins to see if there were bent and yes there were 3 bent socket pins which I fixed and boom, it turned on. This may not be the case for you, but was a fix for me.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
11 minutes ago, FajardoX said:

Hi,

I recently had the same issue where my PC would turn on, fans spinning but no display on screen. I fixed this by inspecting my whole PC such as looking at the CPU socket pins to see if there were bent and yes there were 3 bent socket pins which I fixed and boom, it turned on. This may not be the case for you, but was a fix for me.

Well... i might have to check it out.

How did you unbend them?

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I watched a couple of youtube videos and used tweezers, a toothpick and a magnifying glass to carefully bend them in the right direction, but remember you have to be very delicate.

 

I also recommend checking your motherboards socket type.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Well it's not bent CPU pins...

 

Anyone else? Really dont know whats going on.

 

I've reset CMOS by baterry and the two pin...

Replaced the harddrives into sata 3 and 4 from 1 and 2

Reinstalled the GPU

Turned on with one stick of RAM installed.260775349_Screenshot_20200409-231805_VideoPlayer.thumb.jpg.3c0be7429cda4a8046ec00775395aa8a.jpg

 

 

 

 

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