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Put everything but doesnt work

I put everything displayport monitor to pc and the windows 10 on a usb inserted on my pc but nothings shows on the monitor but “check signal” 

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Gonna need some more info there, 

 

What specs? 

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.... Please provide more data on your current circumstances, there could be 100+ issues that could be a occurring everything from a dead cable to an incorrectly configured BIOS.

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Just now, Slottr said:

Gonna need some more info there, 

 

What specs? 

Mobo: b360m pro- vdh

 

gpu msi gtx 970

 

cpu i5 8400 

 

ram : 2x8 viper 2400

 

samsung 144hz curved monitor

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1 minute ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

.... Please provide more data on your current circumstances, there could be 100+ issues that could be a occurring everything from a dead cable to an incorrectly configured BIOS.

It didnt even went to bios it just says display port on the top left of the monitor (completely no experience in building a computer it did lit) 

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2 minutes ago, rookie.wanna.play said:

Mobo: b360m pro- vdh

 

gpu msi gtx 970

 

cpu i5 8400 

 

ram : 2x8 viper 2400

 

samsung 144hz curved monitor

Have you plugged in the video cables to your graphics card or motherboard?

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Just now, rookie.wanna.play said:

It didnt even went to bios it just says display port on the top left of the monitor (completely no experience in building a computer it did lit) 

Are you installing windows for the first time on this build?

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4 minutes ago, rookie.wanna.play said:

Mobo: b360m pro- vdh

 

gpu msi gtx 970

 

cpu i5 8400 

 

ram : 2x8 viper 2400

 

samsung 144hz curved monitor

What power supply?

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If my post solved your problem/answered your question, please consider marking it as "solved"

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Just now, rookie.wanna.play said:

600w white certified thermaltake

Verify that your PSU can start a computer.

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2 minutes ago, Slottr said:

Have you plugged in the video cables to your graphics card or motherboard?

Yes

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1 minute ago, rookie.wanna.play said:

Yes

Thanks

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1 minute ago, rookie.wanna.play said:

Yes

Ok thanks.

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Sorry does the PC power on?

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3 minutes ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

Sorry does the PC power on?

 

3 minutes ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

Sorry does the PC power on?

Yes

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1 minute ago, Rainbow Dash said:

Do you have two monitors, and is your PCIE power cables plugged in?

Image result for msi gtx 970 pci power

Only 1 and yes i’m pretty sure it’s plugged in 

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2 minutes ago, rookie.wanna.play said:

 

Yes

Ok thanks. 

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So I see there are plenty of back and forth about the no display and the specs. I am seeing 

9 minutes ago, rookie.wanna.play said:

Only 1 and yes i’m pretty sure it’s plugged in 

What do you mean by only 1? You will need to hook up 2 8 Pin power for this to work. 

 

If you continue to have problems, you could first run the display through the onboard Video and then once Windows is already up and running, install the Drivers. After doing so, reboot and transfer the wires to run off the Video Card. 

 

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5 minutes ago, rookie.wanna.play said:

 

Yes

I know this may sound a little crazy but bear with me, please remove the graphics card, restart, then try the MOBO outputs, if that does not get you to BIOS restart again, and then reattempt to reach the BIOS, if that fails then turn off the computer, reinstall the card, and reinsert the cable into the cards outputs, restart, if it fails to reach the BIOS then restart again. *P.S. turn off the computer before removing the card.

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Can you turn on your computer? If not, it could be the PSU and motherboard issue.

If your computer is on(fan spinning and light on), then graphic card issue. 

For a beginner, the most possible problem is you plug the jumper incorrectly. Post a clear photo, let us see how it is. 

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2 hours ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

I know this may sound a little crazy but bear with me, please remove the graphics card, restart, then try the MOBO outputs, if that does not get you to BIOS restart again, and then reattempt to reach the BIOS, if that fails then turn off the computer, reinstall the card, and reinsert the cable into the cards outputs, restart, if it fails to reach the BIOS then restart again. *P.S. turn off the computer before removing the card.

Keyboard and mouse are not even turning on or they are not functional

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