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start back to what you did and try one ram stick at a time. I think you may have a bad ram stick that will def cause this issue.
Or a bad ram slot try dif slots

 

So I got the problem which my monitor doesn't recognize my computer. Just a few hours ago I did solved the problem somehow when I switched the ram but now the monitor just turn black with no signal. Im using vga, my specs are shit, it doesn't support hdmi port and im using a hd graphics 2000 card. And I'm also a noob. Anyway sorry for the bad language.

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Also, I have seen VGA cables that have rusted pins... Which obviously won't work, so check if your VGA pins are okay :)

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start back to what you did and try one ram stick at a time. I think you may have a bad ram stick that will def cause this issue.
Or a bad ram slot try dif slots

 

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Sorry for the late reply. I don't think the problem comes from my graphics bcs the monitor just suddenly lost the signal, nobody touched the cable or anything, my vga cable is still new( i thought the problem comes from the old one so i bought a new one to check) but still nothing happen. The pc did past posting, the power light just sit there and nothing happened, I'll check the ram slot and the graphics card. Anyway thanks for the suggestion.

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Well i got my pc working again after i removed one of the ram stick and play around with the other one. When i boot up system gave me the error cmos battery failure. So does the battery really important for my pc or i could just ignore? I know the battery is cheap, but finding the compatible one is kinda challenging for me because my only way to obtain it is through online shopping.

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39 minutes ago, KuuHaKu5147 said:

So does the battery really important for my pc or i could just ignore?

the cmos battery is very important it saves bios settings and time/date get a new one, heres the battery size CR2032. 

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2 hours ago, Wormhole said:

the cmos battery is very important it saves bios settings and time/date get a new one, heres the battery size CR2032. 

Thanks!

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14 hours ago, KuuHaKu5147 said:

Sorry for the late reply. I don't think the problem comes from my graphics bcs the monitor just suddenly lost the signal, nobody touched the cable or anything, my vga cable is still new( i thought the problem comes from the old one so i bought a new one to check) but still nothing happen. The pc did past posting, the power light just sit there and nothing happened, I'll check the ram slot and the graphics card. Anyway thanks for the suggestion.

By any chance when your monitor lost signal, did you accidentally knock the computer tower when it cut off? 
The reason I ask is, if your RAM is a little dodgy, a small bump can cause this which then leads to no posting (powers up no image) 

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On 3/26/2019 at 2:13 AM, Fallen Soul said:

By any chance when your monitor lost signal, did you accidentally knock the computer tower when it cut off? 
The reason I ask is, if your RAM is a little dodgy, a small bump can cause this which then leads to no posting (powers up no image) 

Hey sorry for late reply but i already got it done. My problem is the ram stick, the first time i got the machine to work, that one ram doesn't sit properly so window didn't recognize it so the computer work normally. I check the ram and i reseat it, the pc work fine for like 5hrs and lost signal. Anyway thanks.

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