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Moved cases, same parts, no video from mobo or graphics card

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December 23, 2012 5:35:03 PM

I'm not getting any video from my computer

I've gone through those 23 steps.

The cable and monitor work, i've tested on other devices.

The computer is sitting on my dining room table, all the pieces taken out and plugged in.

If i take the RAM out, i get 3 long beeps, good sign.

I've cleared the CMOS by moving the jumper from pins 1&2(normal position) to 2&3 and moved them back. I've taken out the CMOS battery and replaced.
December 23, 2012 5:47:54 PM

I would clear cmos for like 30 minutes. Sometimes it takes a while for those bios to reset. If you are plugging into mobo and graphics card and neither words, something is wrong in the bios assuming wires/monitor are good.
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a c 91 U Graphics card
December 23, 2012 7:08:18 PM

check it he card if well seated on the board also does this card need a power cable from the psu ?
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December 23, 2012 8:02:49 PM

Ok so it was working before you took it out of the old case. And let me presume when you put it all in the new case it decided not to work.
Did you use an anti static wrist band when you did this as static can damage any of the parts in question.

Anyway the question is do you get one short beep from the motherboard to say everything checks out ok. If you do as I sure you should since the board is detecting there is no memory fitted have you.
1.Gone into the bios and set the Pci-e as the default graphics output device.
2.Disabled the on board graphics solution.
3.Double checked that the 8 pin 12v is connected, located next to the cpu socket, this also provides a bit of extra power to the Pci-e graphics slot from the board.
4. Connected any extra 12v pci-e power connector to the back of the graphics card in the pci-e slot if needed.
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