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My pc turns on but no display

I've tried googling this but nothings come up helpful. So my pc was working fine up until yesterday when I turned it off it wouldn't turn back on. I've got it to turn on but it says no signal on my monitor. Everything powers on in my pc but my mouse and keyboard just flicker on and off.

I've tried reseating my ram, checking all psu cables, taking out my cmos and putting it back i repeated the gpu and I even tried taking my cpu out and putting it back and still nothing. Some help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

 

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11 minutes ago, ItsaKILLERSPOON said:

I've tried googling this but nothings come up helpful. So my pc was working fine up until yesterday when I turned it off it wouldn't turn back on. I've got it to turn on but it says no signal on my monitor. Everything powers on in my pc but my mouse and keyboard just flicker on and off.

I've tried reseating my ram, checking all psu cables, taking out my cmos and putting it back and I even tried taking my cpu out and putting it back and still nothing. Some help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

 

 

When you took the CMOS battery out, did you ALSO unplug your PC from the wall socket?

You NEED to do that too.

 

Looks like it could be a problem with the video card.

If you haven't already, reseat the video card (full take it out of the PC and put it back in), and reconnect the monitor cable.

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29 minutes ago, -rascal- said:

 

When you took the CMOS battery out, did you ALSO unplug your PC from the wall socket?

You NEED to do that too.

 

Looks like it could be a problem with the video card.

If you haven't already, reseat the video card (full take it out of the PC and put it back in), and reconnect the monitor cable.

This and do you have the latest firmware to your GPU ?

 

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41 minutes ago, -rascal- said:

 

When you took the CMOS battery out, did you ALSO unplug your PC from the wall socket?

You NEED to do that too.

 

Looks like it could be a problem with the video card.

If you haven't already, reseat the video card (full take it out of the PC and put it back in), and reconnect the monitor cable.

Yes I did and I already repeated gpu I'm gonna edit post mentioning that

 

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13 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

This and do you have the latest firmware to your GPU ?

 

I did however my gpu is very old, it's a gt 710

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2 minutes ago, ItsaKILLERSPOON said:

I did however my gpu is very old, it's a gt 710

OHH 

Quick question if you have an i- GPU use that and see if you have an image 

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3 minutes ago, ItsaKILLERSPOON said:

Yes I did and I already repeated gpu I'm gonna edit post mentioning that

 

 

Does your computer have integrated graphics?

If it does, remove the graphics card, and connect your monitor to the back of the motherboard.

If you are able to get the display working then:

  1. Maybe your GT 710 has failed
  2. Something wrong with the PCI-Express X16 slot
  3. Something else?

At least it is a starting point via process of elimination.

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1 minute ago, TofuHaroto said:

OHH 

Quick question if you have an i- GPU use that and see if you have an image 

It has dvi and something else which I dont even know the name of but I dont one of the cables 

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2 minutes ago, -rascal- said:

 

Does your computer have integrated graphics?

If it does, remove the graphics card, and connect your monitor to the back of the motherboard.

If you are able to get the display working then:

  1. Maybe your GT 710 has failed
  2. Something wrong with the PCI-Express X16 slot
  3. Something else?

At least it is a starting point via process of elimination.

I dont have a dvi to hdmi or dvi to VGA to test I haven't upgraded in a few years but I was going to upgrade soon but I'm scared to build my own pc but after this I might just buy a custom pre built lol

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just buy a custom pre built lol

Please don't 

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2 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

Please don't 

I'd rather that than fuck up my first build, I've watched plenty of vids and I know how to do it but I'm just scared that I'll have a problem like this, I've sorted issues before and its worked fine but this issue is has just popped up and is really annoying especially during lockdown

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35 minutes ago, ItsaKILLERSPOON said:

I'd rather that than fuck up my first build, I've watched plenty of vids and I know how to do it but I'm just scared that I'll have a problem like this, I've sorted issues before and its worked fine but this issue is has just popped up and is really annoying especially during lockdown

The card is most like dead not because of you but because of how old it is and the capacity and vrms are probably suffering

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6 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

The card is most like dead not because of you but because of how old it is and the capacity and vrms are probably suffering

Well what am I going to do because this year at some point I'm upgrading to an i5 9400f rtx 2060 16gb corsair vengeance but for now I'm not going to be able to play my games, any suggestions? In lockdown it's a pain in the ass because I only have my xbox one😂

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5 minutes ago, ItsaKILLERSPOON said:

not because of you

Is it possible for me to have broken it in any way?

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27 minutes ago, ItsaKILLERSPOON said:

Is it possible for me to have broken it in any way?

Very unlikely everythimg is possible but as I said 99.99999999999% it's bad power delivery

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34 minutes ago, ItsaKILLERSPOON said:

i5 9400f

This is scamming your self 

Get a 3300x

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