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Windows won't boot, no signal to monitor
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I was using my computer on Saturday when it froze. I rebooted, and though there were sounds from the computer such as the usual hum of the computer, the monitor was receiving no signal.
Upon learning that resetting the bios may fix it, I removed my CMOS battery overnight and put it back in- to no avail. Same issue.

Operating Specs:
HP Desktop a614n
2.6GHz
Intel Pentium 4 Processor
nVidia GeForce FX5500 graphics card
1gb extra RAM memory on top of the base 256mb that came with computer

What should I do?
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#2
OK dear i found your PC fault, i send u a machenic he will repair & fix ur problems.
its no need to say thanks Bhai ho ap mere yaar....
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SORRY YAAR...
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Thanks
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#3
^ lol Big Grin


try to use your embedded VGA Card not external... that may fix the problem
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#4
hahaha good solution zahid.
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#5
nameslot,
i think u will be found the solution    
Thanks
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