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By carshrs ·
I'm having a video problem of sorts. I get an error message on my monitor that says "signal missing". Verified that everything is plugged in and propertly connected. Removed the video card and tried it in another computer, it works fine. Tried another video card in this computer -- still doesn't work. At a loss -- don't know what else to try -- HELP, HELP, HELP....

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by jctech In reply to NO VIDEO

Hve you tried the monitor in question on another computer? If it gives you the same message when connected to another known good PC, it's time to send the monitor in for service because something has become faulty in the signal path within the monitor.

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by Twisted1 In reply to NO VIDEO

what kind of card?pci or agp?is it an upgrade? we need a little more info?DId you check your monitor? does it beep at all?

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by dmiles In reply to NO VIDEO

Check the cord to the monitor to make sure it is okay and then you will want to check your memory modules to see if they have gone bad.

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by dna1110 In reply to NO VIDEO

try putting the card in another slot it is posible that the slot has gone bad it happened to me once

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by dna1110 In reply to NO VIDEO

pardon me for not using the corect computer jargon but i have found this is the best way to get my point across

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by jtiss546 In reply to NO VIDEO

I'm having the same problem with built-in video, apparently due to the bios being turned off, how? I would love the answer to that one. I can't even get to the cmos setup.

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