My computer crashed to a black screen with a few orange lines going across?

Now when i try to turn it back on nothing happens and im left with a blank monitor screen? any suggestions?
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  1. Does the computer still power on? Just try removing the video card if you have one and clear the bios. and then try rebooting. Normally lines can be called banding sometimes they are orange, red or even other colors. I've noticed a lot of the video cards that come in systems now days have these little tiny fans that spin insanely fast and soon die. If your computer has one of these lower end video cards with the little fan that might be the problem.
  2. lfkfkfkffs said:
    Does the computer still power on? Just try removing the video card if you have one and clear the bios. and then try rebooting. Normally lines can be called banding sometimes they are orange, red or even other colors. I've noticed a lot of the video cards that come in systems now days have these little tiny fans that spin insanely fast and soon die. If your computer has one of these lower end video cards with the little fan that might be the problem.


    I have tried removing the video card then i plug the hdmi into the motherboard but still just a blank screen and yes it still powers on
  3. Does the monitor turn on at all? like do you have a laptop that you could test the screen with?
  4. lfkfkfkffs said:
    Does the monitor turn on at all? like do you have a laptop that you could test the screen with?


    the moniter turns on it just says hdmi no signal then turns itself off
  5. Try removing the cmos battery for a full minute. Do you have vga at all?
  6. lfkfkfkffs said:
    Try removing the cmos battery for a full minute. Do you have vga at all?


    the battery is out not but no only dvi and hdmi
  7. How long do you wait when you have it plugged in for hdmi? some of the motherboards are odd and won't show the screen for a while for hdmi just let it run for like 3 minutes and then try turning the monitor on.
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