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Ok, I am running the specs below and for some reason all of a suddon when I turn my computer on my moniter will not come out of standby. (orange light dosen't turn green) I have tried plugging my moniter into the onboard video and same problem. I have also removed the videocard altogeather and pluged it into the mobo. I have also cleared the CMOS and disconnected all the HDs (incase they were taking up to much power for my 46 Amps to handel) I have also tested my moniter with my dads computer and it's fine. I have cheaked the pin settings for the power switch and it's correct. I have connectied my dads PSU to the computer and it's the same problem. No matter what I do my moniter will act as if it wasen't even connected to the computer! Therefore I can't even POST let alone get into the BIOS and try to fix the issu. Any help on this matter would be greatly appreciated.

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post #2 of 16
Try to kick it If not...what about power cable? Or you know...try to disconnect it from everything and let him cool down for some minutes...during the cool down..push power button again and again...i've heard about same stuff but on the other monitor...
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Try to kick it If not...what about power cable? Or you know...try to disconnect it from everything and let him cool down for some minutes...during the cool down..push power button again and again...i've heard about same stuff but on the other monitor...
..........I doubt that will work
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post #4 of 16
Me to...well...that means that your monitor have devil inside =)
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post #5 of 16
Its obviously not the monitor if it works on your dads pc. Have you tried another monitor on your pc?
    
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post #6 of 16
Hit F8 while rebooting and go into VGA Mode and lower the resolution 800x600.
Either your monitor is getting old and doesn't wanna do higher res, or it's just an
argument between it and the mobo.
  
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post #7 of 16
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yeah I basicly switched em. His is a very cheap and old one(all it says is 'digital') and of corse it didn't work. Could it be the motherboard? Enerythign lookls like it's running fine nexept the moniter won't turn on.
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120 Gb. WD & 80 GB. WD Win. Xp and Vista RC-2 ViewSonic PerfectFlatA70f Saitek Eclipse 
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post #8 of 16
Quote:
Originally Posted by ThugLife View Post
Try to kick it If not...what about power cable? Or you know...try to disconnect it from everything and let him cool down for some minutes...during the cool down..push power button again and again...i've heard about same stuff but on the other monitor...
With AT systems and maybe older ATX boxes, this puts a huge amount of voltage through the computer and fries it within seconds.
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post #9 of 16
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dryadsoul View Post
Hit F8 while rebooting and go into VGA Mode and lower the resolution 800x600.
Either your monitor is getting old and doesn't wanna do higher res, or it's just an
argument between it and the mobo.
well the F8 thing didn't work. To make it clear when i press the power boutton the moniter donsen't do anything. It dosen't even turn on for the POST. It just sits there on standby as if it wasen't even connected to the computer. (And yes I have cheaked all cables)
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AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Jetway Radeon Express 200 ATI Radeon X1600PRO 512MB Corsair Value Ram 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
120 Gb. WD & 80 GB. WD Win. Xp and Vista RC-2 ViewSonic PerfectFlatA70f Saitek Eclipse 
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TT TWV 500W PurePower Achilles Gaming (black) a $3 one from Newegg 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Jetway Radeon Express 200 ATI Radeon X1600PRO 512MB Corsair Value Ram 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
120 Gb. WD & 80 GB. WD Win. Xp and Vista RC-2 ViewSonic PerfectFlatA70f Saitek Eclipse 
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TT TWV 500W PurePower Achilles Gaming (black) a $3 one from Newegg 
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post #10 of 16
F8 & VGA mode usually work in your situation, so go into windows using your dads monitor, change to a lower resolution..........and switch monitors back.
  
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