Computer turns on but no signal on moniter

Hi guys my computer was working fine for 3 months then my brother was playing around with me and pushed me out of my chair computer chair while i was wearing my usb mic. the chord from my mic pushed the desktop over a lot and it almost fell off of my desk.. So then i turned my desktop on and everything was fine on my moniter then all 5 minutes of the computer being on i was playing call of duty 4 my moniter shuts off i tried to turn it back on but it says no signal..

I tried clearing cmos
I plugged in the moniter to my labtop and it was fine
I plugged in my moniter, tower to another room still no signal..

athlon x3
gtx 460
8 gb ddr3 ram
750 gb hdd
500w pawer supply
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  1. i also tried flipping the chord that connects my into my tower and moniter around still nothing.. need idead..
  2. I don't understand half of it but maybe check if the graphic card is still connected the right way to the mobo. ( if it still is firmly stuck in the slot )
  3. GreenDutchAlien said:
    I don't understand half of it but maybe check if the graphic card is still connected the right way to the mobo. ( if it still is firmly stuck in the slot )
    i did check and it was in firm and to make sure i took my graphics card out of the mobo and put it back in.. still nothing
  4. Quote:
    1st of all what is your psu brand?
    my psu brand is this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371035. I also have a second psu ill try it soon..
  5. You don't have by any chance a second gpu laying around or you can borrow from a friend to check if the gpu is dead ?
  6. HI,
    Have you tried checking with different monitor chords?
    And if still it won;t work, try changing the monitor...
    And must try with inbuild GPU..
  7. i fixed it
  8. How ?
  9. sobe123454 said:
    i fixed it


    hey,
    what was the problem?
    How u fixed it?
  10. Afraid it's gonne stay with that. I fixed it. :??:
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