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Versión actual por: oldturkey03 (detalles del voto) ,

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turns on but no display, also no beep but fans work

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My computer turns on, but has no display through my TV. I have concluded that theTV orHDMI plug in is not the PROBLEM! I have took it apart, no dust from what Ive seen but am going in deeper later. I reseted the CMOS, using the jumper. I heard that could help but to only do that for 5-10 seconds. I may of done it for about 15-20 seconds. Did that make my problem worse and if that was the problem and I screwed up fixing it, can I do it again or is it too late? I have ordered a new CMOS battery just in case(cheap). I plan on opening it up more and trying to clean ram sticks possibly, but there wasn't any dust from what I've seen, so I don't think dust would be on the ram sticks, but will most likely still try cleaning it carefully. I have also learned to try unplugging the CMOS battery and reseting it? Or just unplug it and plug it back in? Other than that, I don't know the problem. Theres also no beep as I heard but the GPU and CPU fans work perfectly. So my only explanation is its the ram, or BIOS, with reseting the CMOS would fix right? Do I need to just unplug everything, is it the motherboard in general? What? Its a prebuilt and haven't opened it or anything until recently because of the problems, so I don't think wires are loose either?! Is it just my GPU. I planned on buying a new one around Christmas anyways... so if thats the problem FOR SURE.... its not too bad.. but still help please!

GPU- GTX 760 2GB

Dispositivo:

Asus ROG G20AJ

Estatus:

open

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Aporte original por: Brett ,

Título:

turns on but no display, also no beep but fans work

Texto:

My computer turns on, but has no display through my TV. I have concluded that theTV orHDMI plug in is not the PROBLEM! I have took it apart, no dust from what Ive seen but am going in deeper later. I reseted the CMOS, using the jumper. I heard that could help but to only do that for 5-10 seconds. I may of done it for about 15-20 seconds. Did that make my problem worse and if that was the problem and I screwed up fixing it, can I do it again or is it too late? I have ordered a new CMOS battery just in case(cheap). I plan on opening it up more and trying to clean ram sticks possibly, but there wasn't any dust from what I've seen, so I don't think dust would be on the ram sticks, but will most likely still try cleaning it carefully. I have also learned to try unplugging the CMOS battery and reseting it? Or just unplug it and plug it back in? Other than that, I don't know the problem. Theres also no beep as I heard but the GPU and CPU fans work perfectly. So my only explanation is its the ram, or BIOS, with reseting the CMOS would fix right? Do I need to just unplug everything, is it the motherboard in general? What? Its a prebuilt and haven't opened it or anything until recently because of the problems, so I don't think wires are loose either?! Is it just my GPU. I planned on buying a new one around Christmas anyways... so if thats the problem FOR SURE.... its not too bad.. but still help please!

GPU- GTX 760 2GB

Dispositivo:

Asus ROG G20AJ

Estatus:

open