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HELP!! - NEW BUILD - NO VIDEO


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I just built my new system that you all helped me with. AMD 1090 t , 4gb corsair memory, Asus M4A89GTD PRO motherboard and an Sapphire ATI Radion 5770 and when I boot the system I get no video ..... I have tried it with and without the 5770 .

 

Any ideas ??? All the fans start and the lights he video card light up ... although I get no beeps or anything else.

 

Any help would be appreciated... I haven't built a system in like 6 years

 

 

Tinpau

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I had this same problem with a build I did last month, turned out to be a dead Motherboard.

check all your connections to your board though, do you have the 24 pin and the cpu power cables attached?

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Yes... 24 pin Power cord is attached and I get the lights on the motherboard. When I press the power button it the fans and CPU fan come on. But I get no beeps or anything else

 

Tinpau

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Yes... 24 pin Power cord is attached and I get the lights on the motherboard. When I press the power button it the fans and CPU fan come on. But I get no beeps or anything else

 

Tinpau

 

There will be another connection to the motherboard that will be, without looking up the specs, either a 4-pin ATX12V or 8-pin EPS12V connector.

 

Edit: Had a quick look and there's an 8-pin EPS12V connector, have you plugged that in?

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I thought it was one or the other .... I have the 24 pin connected ... but the 8 pin not... Geez that was stupid of me

 

Tinpau

 

It's not stupid, you either know or you don't, like most things in life. Does it work now?

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<BR>There will be another connection to the motherboard that will be, without looking up the specs, either a 4-pin ATX12V or 8-pin EPS12V connector.<BR><BR>Edit: Had a quick look and there's an 8-pin EPS12V connector, have you plugged that in?<BR>
<BR><BR>Great call Paul! <BR>On the motherboards with the 4pin Atx make sure you use the correct one as there is a 4 pin for the video cards that will also plug into that. <BR>It will not hurt anything the system just won't start.<BR>I had a system acting like his one time and I simply did not have the memory seated properly. <BR>

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Well .... That worked... :cheers::thumbsup:

 

I didn't have BOTH power connectors connected to the motherboard...

 

Next install OS and all crap...

 

THANX AGAIN TO EVERYONE FOR THE SPEEDY HELP.... I WILL POST PICS SOON AS I GET IT DONE

 

 

Tînpau

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