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13-Jul-2012, 07:50 AM #1
My Old PC aint starting up...
I have a P4 PC .. which has XP installed in it ..
Its has P4 .. and 512 of RAM ..
recently there was some renovation in my home .. so i had removed all the wiring and kept it aside ..
but later on .. i connected all the wires properly .. and i started my PC .. it did start .. i was backing up my data from my old PC ..
but after few days .. my PC aint starting up .. i turn on the button of the CPU .. it does get turn on(the lights come) .. the CPU fan also starts .. but i am not able to see anything on the monitor..
i think there is no connection between my old monitor and the CPU/Cabinet .. i tried connecting it to my new LED monitor .. but then came to know it isnt the VGA cable or monitor's fault ..

when i power on there is no beeps of hardware failure .. it just doesnt show up anything on my monitor .. the monitor's power keeps on blinking ..

any suggestions appreciated
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15-Jul-2012, 03:38 PM #2
reseat the graphics card in it's slot
plug in the VGA cable on both ends again.
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