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post #21 of 51
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No VGA on tv.

I tried inserting the windows install disk on the drive. But still same problem
post #22 of 51
First of all, i'd remove the board from the case and retry powering on the case it came in. You might be having a short of some sort.
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post #23 of 51
What TV doesn´t have VGA in? I would try and borrow a monitor from a friend or something and plugging it in like i said before using DVI-VGA adapter.
post #24 of 51
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But why is it displaying the ROG image (see pic i posted) and THEN it goes to blue screen. And as far as i can tell it's not a blue screen from the pc. It's the blue screen that indicates there's no signal input on my TV at all.

If it was a short or Ram or anything hardware related it would not display anything at all.

well so far my only option left is to buy a cheap keyboard and tap f2 at the ROG image screen. Try and get into the bios.
post #25 of 51
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Originally Posted by mx4lifejac View Post

The onboard video is the main output I been using for this.

So if this is the case where you doing this for testing or do you plan on using the mobo output longer term? As much as testing with the mobo output (and no GPU connected) is a great idea you could also reconnect your graphics card and run it through the output on it. Bare in mind longer term you are going to be using the output on your graphics card anyway.
    
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post #26 of 51
Yeah get the cheap keyboard go into the bios. Disable on-board and try the graphics card for itself.
post #27 of 51
This is going to sound dumb but is it in the right HDMI port on the mobo I had an Asus board that had HDMI out and in.
post #28 of 51
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Originally Posted by Kenerd View Post

This is going to sound dumb but is it in the right HDMI port on the mobo I had an Asus board that had HDMI out and in.

not dumb pretty smart as I usual find it is simple things like this when I am having problems!!!!
post #29 of 51
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It only has 1 hdmi.

like I mention, I get video signal for 1 second (see pic i posted) then back to no signal
post #30 of 51
I would spend like 5 to 10 dollars and get a cheap wired keyboard and mouse to have for future and to use here might need to press the f2 button...
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