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im pretty confused, now it seems to boot normally, but nothing shows up to my monitor, like my monitor cable isnt connected to videocard even when it is.
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im pretty confused, now it seems to boot normally, but nothing shows up to my monitor, like my monitor cable isnt connected to videocard even when it is.
it really sounds like esd damage... try reseating absolutely everything... it might take a good 20 minutes or so, but it's worth a try.

Before you reseat and reassemble... take out your cmos battery and keep it out... make sure to put it in last, to give it some time.
Clear the cmos jumper one last time after everything is reassembled and try to boot.

Cross your fingers and hope it works
GL

EDIT: you could also try disabling your usb controller to see if that would work
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it really sounds like esd damage... try reseating absolutely everything... it might take a good 20 minutes or so, but it's worth a try.

Before you reseat and reassemble... take out your cmos battery and keep it out... make sure to put it in last, to give it some time.
Clear the cmos jumper one last time after everything is reassembled and try to boot.

Cross your fingers and hope it works
GL

EDIT: you could also try disabling your usb controller to see if that would work
And when you are doing this, please ground yourself by touching a bare metal part of your case to discharge the static electricity within yourself.
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it really sounds like esd damage... try reseating absolutely everything... it might take a good 20 minutes or so, but it's worth a try.

Before you reseat and reassemble... take out your cmos battery and keep it out... make sure to put it in last, to give it some time.
Clear the cmos jumper one last time after everything is reassembled and try to boot.

Cross your fingers and hope it works
GL

EDIT: you could also try disabling your usb controller to see if that would work
what do you mean with usb controller?

E: should I try also with the other cmosbattery?
post #25 of 61
I'd say the RAM is fried. A friend of mine experienced a very similar issue.
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post #26 of 61
Ouch
+1 to compressed air
It was a question floating in my brain (that vacuums are bad for pcs cause of esd)
confirmed?
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post #27 of 61
switch the ram modules around to solve the monitor issue, this has worked for me in the past.
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post #28 of 61
take out one ram module, and boot.


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switch the ram modules around to solve the monitor issue, this has worked for me in the past.
same here.
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I'm probably just an ignorant bastard, but I've vacuumed my pc dozens of times through the last 15 years with no issue (and no brush. lol). I do however take care not to actually touch any components and rather use my hands to focus the air a bit to certain points.

Even so, two days ago I ordered three 350 ml boxes of compressed air, as its both much more efficient and safe. I would say that the op had a fair share of bad luck, but like indicated by others there is a risk involved.

PS: Whenever I have come across bad ram the pc usually boots up but hardlocks (bsod) at some point after entering windows. Just my two cents.
Edited by Chris Ihao - 5/8/11 at 6:12am
    
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post #30 of 61
Just a thought, but do you have a GPU in your PC and currently connecting to that? Maybe you should try plugging into the motherboards VGA socket after clearing the CMOS? That has happened to me too many times!
    
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