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Asus P8P67Pro no video on startup / was working

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June 11, 2011 4:05:57 PM

Hello,

I have an Asus P8P67Pro. The system was built, Win7 installed, no problems. Left the system to run some errands and when I came back the system had powered down.

Upon attempted restart I get no video signal. No red lights on the mobo on startup to indicate any issue.

I have attempted switching out memory, swapping in a different video card, etc. Nada.

At the moment I suspect one of two things...

One, no video light turns on on the mobo at all. Does this indicate a problem with the vid slot?

Two, using a Corsair SSD, known issues with sleep mode (mostly resolved). Problem here is the comp was running a 6hr download when I left so this seems unlikely. Also I disconnected the SSD and the system still does not post/send a vid signal.
June 11, 2011 10:58:10 PM

Are there any boot up sounds?i.e. take out RAM and video and if you have the usual try moving the video card on a different slot.
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June 11, 2011 11:37:11 PM

Kosuno said:
Hello,

I have an Asus P8P67Pro. The system was built, Win7 installed, no problems. Left the system to run some errands and when I came back the system had powered down.

Upon attempted restart I get no video signal. No red lights on the mobo on startup to indicate any issue.

I have attempted switching out memory, swapping in a different video card, etc. Nada.

At the moment I suspect one of two things...

One, no video light turns on on the mobo at all. Does this indicate a problem with the vid slot?

Two, using a Corsair SSD, known issues with sleep mode (mostly resolved). Problem here is the comp was running a 6hr download when I left so this seems unlikely. Also I disconnected the SSD and the system still does not post/send a vid signal.


Does your PSU have enough power? Connect video card alone in one 12V trail. Check that you have both 24-pin and 8-pin power cables connected. Clear CMOS, take out battery at least for ten minutes. Try memOK! Check video cable connection to your monitor?
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June 11, 2011 11:43:28 PM

Robustus said:
Does your PSU have enough power? Connect video card alone in one 12V trail. Check that you have both 24-pin and 8-pin power cables connected. Clear CMOS, take out battery at least for ten minutes. Try memOK! Check video cable connection to your monitor?

Good man i forgot about checking the pins on the video cable LOL quite common
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