Discussion in 'Video Cards, Displays and TV Tuners' started by RZA, Dec 28, 2001.
It's either the card itself or the AGP slot that's shot.
I had a simillar problem, but it didn't work with any VGA.
It was in the multiplier/FSB setting.
The computer started, but the monitor did not start at all.
It was in the standby .
When I disconnected and again connected the case to the power it started usually. But not always.
If your system is not working, try to hold the power button on the monitor, it may run. I did it so and it worked.
And try to tune back the CPU settings to default.
I solved it out like that.
Hope you'll get the same result.
RZA, why not just take it back to the shop and get your money back in store credit or ask for an exchange of cards. You may find it is the card at fault!
Yea im gonna ask for a new one, can't get my money back doh
But it should work else its the mobo that's bad. I hope its the videocard, I bought the mobo on the internet so the support sucks kinda.
OMFG i forgot this forum completly
well anyway i have it all working
there was a problem with the motherboard and they gave me a new one
Thank you all for ure suport
sorry for the late responds hehe
Well, glad to see ya got it working.
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