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No video input message . Mobo defective?

post #1 of 13
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Hello. I couldnt find a more proper category so here it goes.
Yesterday there I left the computer running and went out a few hours later I came back to the message on my monitor sayin no video input.then going into sleep mode.
I ve tried another monitor still same result so the monitor is fine.
Tried to boot onboard without my gtx650 mounted and still no luck.
Btw I get the usual one beep sound then getting to bios because I can spam delete then f10 yes and enter than the pc resets. I am also sure it also gets into windows because I can hear the hdd working and I can shutdown with alt f4
I reseted cmos. Tried using single ram. Tried other cables and still no luck.

Now could it be my motherboard even if it successfully boots? I also took the whole mobo out and tried to run that way to eliminate possible shorts from chasis still no luck. Any help will be appreciated thanksI have seen similar threads tried everything there didnt work so I needed to have my own topic.
post #2 of 13
Well if you can try all components on another motherboard and you will see if the motherboard is your problem. Also do you hear startup and shutdown sounds from windows ? Also can you post your configuration?
post #3 of 13
you should at least get the bios to come up - i doubt both would go onboard and gpu.

So silly to say , you have used the right connection or tried a different lead ?

Start from scratch only minimal hardware and see if you can get the bios up - take batterey out and leave for awhile then try

Also minimal memory thumb.gif
post #4 of 13
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Originally Posted by ladcrooks View Post

you should at least get the bios to come up - i doubt both would go onboard and gpu.

So silly to say , you have used the right connection or tried a different lead ?

Start from scratch only minimal hardware and see if you can get the bios up - take batterey out and leave for awhile then try

Also minimal memory thumb.gif

Tried with only 1 memory mobo and cpu. Still get the beep but no signal. Just black with the message. Cant even see the bios. I have reset bios by pulling out the battery and waiting for minutes. And also discharged the system by pressing power continously. it goes into bios but i cant see it. I know it does because i have stated beford. I can press f10 then y then enter and it resets the system saving the config.
post #5 of 13
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Originally Posted by xplode-bg View Post

Well if you can try all components on another motherboard and you will see if the motherboard is your problem. Also do you hear startup and shutdown sounds from windows ? Also can you post your configuration?
I dont have that option. And I can hear the windows booting yes.
Mobo is gigabyte something with 780 chip
Cpu is amd 955
Kingston 1333 2x4 ram
Zotac gtx650
And 400w silverpower psu.
Edited by ShuttleMunky - 3/5/14 at 4:37am
post #6 of 13
Can you try a different PSU?
post #7 of 13
one thing to say here is never connect anything as in leads whilst the power is on, can lead to a fail in a component redface.gif

but did you try a different lead ie vga , hmdi and dvi ?

also with 1 stick of memory but if you can here it boot up doubt if it is memory thumb.gif

and yes for the psu as mentioned above but i doubt that for on board graphics thumb.gif
Edited by ladcrooks - 3/5/14 at 4:41am
post #8 of 13
Thread Starter 
Thank you for the replies.

I also doubt it is the memory since I hear the beep. And doubt if it is the psu because still didnt work with onboard vga. And by lead I dont compeletely understand what u mean. Yes I tried with different cables hdmi dvi and dsub. Same result. I dont have time to go out and get a new mobo and psu so I am trying for what can be done here
post #9 of 13
try gpu card in another slot if you can thumb.gif
post #10 of 13
If windows starts and you can hear audio from it then it is not problematic ram or cpu or motherboard (sound card is working). It is a mystery to me why the onboard video card is not working. It is possible that you did not reset bios and internal VGA to stay disabled. If your motherboard have second pci-e slot try the nvidia card there, if not then try to reset bios this way: power off machine and remove power cable from PSU, wait the motherboard light to go off then remove battery and short the battery pins on the motherboard , wait for at least 2 minutes then insert back the battery and plug power cable and power on the pc.
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