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Why my pc acting like this? No one could help me with this so if you can please do

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Posted · Original PosterOP

 

Hello! So I wanted to sell my old gpu gtx 660 and when i brought it to this guy it didnt work it booted up and then shut down he tested it on 2 different motherboards same problem so i was like thats odd and didn't think any of it later but then like 1 week after I put my gtx 660 in my motherboard which is ddr3 HB1M-C and it booted up just fine but it didnt display on monitor i was like ok meh its broken whatever so i went to sleep next day i did cable management because i have shitty office mini atx case and plugged my gtx 1050ti back in and when i was about to start it same problem as before, cpu fan and gpu fans spinning but it still isn't showing on monitor then I thought it was my monitors fault so I grabbed my monitor and plugged hdmi cable to tv router and some kind of tv show showed up just fine so then i thought it was my gpu's fault but i was so confused it was working day before just fine. So only solution left i unplugged gpu from motherboard then plugged my vga into motherboard because this motherboard doesn't have hdmi support and tried to boot it up
Nope 
Still the same problem 
So please help me is the problem my motherboard? And if so why did this just happen

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From what i can decipher: H81M-C from Asus? Since HB1-MC does not seem to exist? 

You will need to connect a DVI or VGA to the motherboard to see if its switched to the IGPU. There will be a setting in the BIOS for that.

If you cannot do that i suggest you reset the bios to default (Either by removing the battery and unplugging the PC, or shorting the reset bios pins)

 

It should the detect your 1050

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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, Dujith said:

From what i can decipher: H81M-C from Asus? Since HB1-MC does not seem to exist? 

You will need to connect a DVI or VGA to the motherboard to see if its switched to the IGPU. There will be a setting in the BIOS for that.

If you cannot do that i suggest you reset the bios to default (Either by removing the battery and unplugging the PC, or shorting the reset bios pins)

 

It should the detect your 1050

Yes sorry its H81M-C I have tried plugging VGA into motherboard before but it still didnt work but here is the thing detection isn't the problem the problem is when i pres power button everything spins in motherboard its working just fine but like its not showing on my monitor thats the problem

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Everything spinning does not mean its okay. That just means your PSU works and it passes the most basic startup checks.

You should check your RAM and CPU if its seated correctly. Might have shifted when u switched GPU's.

But first, reset the BIOS. Thats always the first step with no image on screen imo.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
16 minutes ago, Dujith said:

From what i can decipher: H81M-C from Asus? Since HB1-MC does not seem to exist? 

You will need to connect a DVI or VGA to the motherboard to see if its switched to the IGPU. There will be a setting in the BIOS for that.

If you cannot do that i suggest you reset the bios to default (Either by removing the battery and unplugging the PC, or shorting the reset bios pins)

 

It should the detect your 1050

And i tried ur method too by removing the battery but still nothing sadly

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Dujith said:

Everything spinning does not mean its okay. That just means your PSU works and it passes the most basic startup checks.

You should check your RAM and CPU if its seated correctly. Might have shifted when u switched GPU's.

But first, reset the BIOS. Thats always the first step with no image on screen imo.

 

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This clip tells me your RAM is NOT seated properly.

 

48 minutes ago, Dujith said:

 

You should check your RAM.  Might have shifted when u switched GPU's.

 

Nailed it

not seated.PNG


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57 minutes ago, Depressedpcbuilder said:

I have tried plugging VGA into motherboard

on board GPU is disabled by default when dGPU is plugged in, so dont have to try using it, it wont work


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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, Tristerin said:

This clip tells me your RAM is NOT seated properly.

 

Nailed it

not seated.PNG

No fucking way IT FUCKING WORKED OMG UR THE OG BRUH I HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING BEEN WORKING ON IT FOR 9 hours responding to reddit and shit NO WAYYY I AM SO HAPPY i didnt hace any money for new motherboard and when this worked i fucking screamed with joy then cried of how retarded i was

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12 minutes ago, Depressedpcbuilder said:

Ty very much but i am actually dumb i had ram out of motherboard LMAO

ayy ayy ggs


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1 hour ago, Depressedpcbuilder said:

No fucking way IT FUCKING WORKED OMG UR THE OG BRUH I HAVE TRIED EVERYTHING BEEN WORKING ON IT FOR 9 hours responding to reddit and shit NO WAYYY I AM SO HAPPY i didnt hace any money for new motherboard and when this worked i fucking screamed with joy then cried of how retarded i was

Even experienced people do this.  My favorite one over the last 12 months was when I put a PC together, I forgot to plug the PSU into the wall outlet.  Spent 30 minutes fuming and checking connections.  Walked away for a bit, came back and entered the room and saw the problem right away.

 

Glad its fixed for you!


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Schrute: ASUS M5A99FX Pro R2.0, FX 8350, Sapphire R9 Fury Tri-X Nitro 4gb HBM, 16gb (4x4) Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600mhz, Sparkle/FSP 650w PSU, Corsair H100i GTX 240mm AIO w/ 12mm thick fans to fit in top exhaust, 256gb TIMETEC SSD, 1tb WDBlack HDD, Rosewill Nautilus 1.0 case.  DSI 90-Key Mechanical Keyboard w/ Cherry Red switches, Zalman gaming mouse

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