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First time booting computer up but it won't connect via HDMI

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May 23, 2013 11:44:14 AM

Im trying to setup my new pc and the only screen I have is a tv, I'm trying to use hdmi but the tv is not recognising that I have them plugged in.
I have tried different hdmi leads and different tv's. I have also tried the different hdmi slots the computer itself with no success.

Please help:( 

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May 23, 2013 11:53:38 AM

what gpu are you using? does it have onboard? If it has onboard graphics as well you will need to tell the bios to use the gpu you installed but it will look crappy till you get the drivers installed.

also try re-seating your card as well as check the power cable to the card if applicable
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May 23, 2013 11:59:01 AM

06yfz450ridr said:
what gpu are you using? does it have onboard? If it has onboard graphics as well you will need to tell the bios to use the gpu you installed but it will look crappy till you get the drivers installed.

also try re-seating your card as well as check the power cable to the card if applicable



My gpu is the radeon hd 7750, CPU is amd fx 8350 and the motherboard is the gigabyte 78lmt-usb3.
I can't get an image at all so I can't go into the bios and change any settings
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May 23, 2013 12:02:00 PM

xWebster said:
06yfz450ridr said:
what gpu are you using? does it have onboard? If it has onboard graphics as well you will need to tell the bios to use the gpu you installed but it will look crappy till you get the drivers installed.

also try re-seating your card as well as check the power cable to the card if applicable



My gpu is the radeon hd 7750, CPU is amd fx 8350 and the motherboard is the gigabyte 78lmt-usb3.
I can't get an image at all so I can't go into the bios and change any settings


hmm so since its amd theres no onboard. the only other reason of no video is memory. reseat your memory in different slots and try again. when memory is seated wrong or bad you will not get video. no beeps or anything though? you should be getting warning beeps from no video
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May 23, 2013 12:09:29 PM

06yfz450ridr said:
xWebster said:
06yfz450ridr said:
what gpu are you using? does it have onboard? If it has onboard graphics as well you will need to tell the bios to use the gpu you installed but it will look crappy till you get the drivers installed.

also try re-seating your card as well as check the power cable to the card if applicable



My gpu is the radeon hd 7750, CPU is amd fx 8350 and the motherboard is the gigabyte 78lmt-usb3.
I can't get an image at all so I can't go into the bios and change any settings


hmm so since its amd theres no onboard. the only other reason of no video is memory. reseat your memory in different slots and try again. when memory is seated wrong or bad you will not get video. no beeps or anything though? you should be getting warning beeps from no video


Just reseated the ram and no beeps, no image still.
Which port should I put the hdmi in, motherboard or gpu?
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May 23, 2013 12:12:01 PM

xWebster said:
06yfz450ridr said:
xWebster said:
06yfz450ridr said:
what gpu are you using? does it have onboard? If it has onboard graphics as well you will need to tell the bios to use the gpu you installed but it will look crappy till you get the drivers installed.

also try re-seating your card as well as check the power cable to the card if applicable



My gpu is the radeon hd 7750, CPU is amd fx 8350 and the motherboard is the gigabyte 78lmt-usb3.
I can't get an image at all so I can't go into the bios and change any settings


hmm so since its amd theres no onboard. the only other reason of no video is memory. reseat your memory in different slots and try again. when memory is seated wrong or bad you will not get video. no beeps or anything though? you should be getting warning beeps from no video


Just reseated the ram and no beeps, no image still.
Which port should I put the hdmi in, motherboard or gpu?


is this an old or new board? i didnt know any newer amd boards had onboard graphics? you will need to plug into the mobo but usually it will pick up that you have a card installed and default to that over onboard
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May 23, 2013 12:18:04 PM

06yfz450ridr said:
xWebster said:
06yfz450ridr said:
xWebster said:
06yfz450ridr said:
what gpu are you using? does it have onboard? If it has onboard graphics as well you will need to tell the bios to use the gpu you installed but it will look crappy till you get the drivers installed.

also try re-seating your card as well as check the power cable to the card if applicable



My gpu is the radeon hd 7750, CPU is amd fx 8350 and the motherboard is the gigabyte 78lmt-usb3.
I can't get an image at all so I can't go into the bios and change any settings


hmm so since its amd theres no onboard. the only other reason of no video is memory. reseat your memory in different slots and try again. when memory is seated wrong or bad you will not get video. no beeps or anything though? you should be getting warning beeps from no video


Just reseated the ram and no beeps, no image still.
Which port should I put the hdmi in, motherboard or gpu?


is this an old or new board? i didnt know any newer amd boards had onboard graphics? you will need to plug into the mobo but usually it will pick up that you have a card installed and default to that over onboard



It must be new then, I brought it pre built as I'm not good with the specs. It says hdmi ready on the motherboard so I'm presuming it has on board graphics
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May 23, 2013 12:29:43 PM

If you have a dedicated GPU installed in your rig the onboard GPU will be disabled and hence it will not output any thing from the onboard. Make sure you have the HDMI cable plugged into the dedicated GPU and then power on the PC. Also make sure you have any PCI-E power cables plugged into the GPU if needed. Not sure about low end cards but I do not think the HD 7750 needs PCI-E power cable but check the card to make sure.
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May 23, 2013 12:41:14 PM

Thanks guys, finally got it working
Cheers
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March 4, 2015 9:05:04 PM

xWebster said:
Thanks guys, finally got it working
Cheers


How did you get it to work?! Gah
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I am having the same problem. I don't really know anything about computers i just wanna play the sims. My tower came with this manual that says to install power supply, motherboard and whatnot. Am i supposed to do those things or are those instructions for possible future mods? Please help im so lost!
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August 19, 2015 3:04:06 AM

OK, its been 2 years since you had issues that you resolve but the descent thing is to tell how you solved the issues for future users have similar problems
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