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HP Pavilion a6137c NO SIgnal?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by JohnFahlsing, Mar 22, 2015.

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  1. JohnFahlsing

    JohnFahlsing Thread Starter

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    PROBLEM… When I power up this pc, all 3 fans are running, system power supply is running and all I see on any monitor and 32 inch vga TV monitor is “NO SIGNAL”. I am stumped as to what would cause the computer to not run or show up as on. No screen info at all, nothing.
    John Fahlsing



    HP Pavilion a6137c Desktop PC Product Specifications
    Product number
    GG789AA
    Introduction date
    30-May-2007
    Country/region sold in: US
    Bundle information
    The a6137c-b desktop PC bundle (part number GG790AA) includes:

    • a6137c Desktop PC, part number GG789AA
    Hardware
    Base processor
    Core 2 Duo E4400 (C) DC 2.0 GHz

    • 800 MHz front side bus
    • Socket 775
    Chipset
    Intel 945G
    Motherboard

    • Manufacturer: Asus
    • Motherboard Name: P5LP-LE
    • HP/Compaq motherboard name: Leonite2-GL8E
    Memory
    Component
    Attributes
    Memory Installed
    2 GB
    Maximum allowed
    4 GB* (4 x 1 GB)
    *Actual available memory may be less
    Speed supported
    PC2-5300 MB/sec
    Type
    240 pin, DDR2 SDRAM
    Hard drive

    • 320 GB SATA 3G (3.0 Gb/sec)
    • 7200 rpm
    16X DVD(+/-)R/RW 12X RAM (+/-)R DL LightScribe SATA drive

    • Must use Double-Layer media discs in order to take advantage of the DL technology
    • Must use LightScribe-enabled media discs and supporting software in order to take advantage of the LightScribe technology
    Function
    Maximum speed
    DVD-RAM
    Up to 12X
    DVD-R DL Write Once
    Up to 8X
    DVD+R DL Write Once
    Up to 8X
    DVD+R Write Once
    Up to 16X
    DVD+RW Rewritable
    Up to 8X
    DVD-R Write Once
    Up to 16X
    DVD-RW Rewritable
    Up to 6X
    DVD ROM Read
    Up to 16X
    CD-R Write Once
    Up to 40X
    CD-RW Rewritable
    Up to 32X
    CD-ROM Read
    Up to 40X
    Modem
    56K bps data/fax modem
    Video Graphics
    Integrated graphics
    Sound/Audio
    Integrated High Definition audio

    • Realtek ALC 888S chipset
    • Supports up to 8 audio channels
    Network (LAN)
    Integrated 10/100 Base-T networking interface
    Memory card reader

    • Supports the following cards:
      • Compact Flash I
      • Compact Flash II
      • IBM Microdrive
      • Secure Digital (SD)
      • mini-SD
      • MultiMediaCard (MMC)
      • Reduced size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC)
      • MultiMediaCard Plus (MMC plus)
      • MultiMediaCard Mobile (MMC mobile)
      • Memory Stick
      • Memory Stick Pro
      • Memory Stick Duo
      • Memory Stick Pro Duo
      • SmartMedia
      • xD Picture Card (xD = extreme digital)
    External I/O ports
    I/O ports on the front panel
    Port type
    Quantity
    15-in-1 (4 slot)
    One
    1394
    One
    USB
    Two
    Headphone
    One
    Microphone
    One
    Line-in
    One
    I/O ports on the back panel
    Port type
    Quantity
    PS2 (keyboard, mouse)
    Two (one each)
    VGA
    One
    USB
    Four
    1394
    One
    LAN
    One
    SPDIF out (coaxial)
    One
    SPDIF in
    One
    Audio (side speaker out, rear speaker out, center speaker out, line-in, line-out, microphone)
    One Each
    Expansion slots
    Slot type
    Quantity
    PCI
    Two (One available)
    PCI Express x16
    One (One available)
    PCI Express x1
    One (One available)
    Drive bays
    Bay type
    Quantity
    5.25"
    Two (One available)
    3.5"
    Three (Two available)
    Technologies

    • Viiv
    Keyboard and mouse

    • HP multimedia keyboard
    • Quebec Keyboard Kit (French Canada only)
    • HP PS/2 optical mouse
     
  2. Oddba11

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    It's likely not completing POST, thus there is no signal output.

    Open the case and ensure all cards and cables are properly installed. Otherwise, it's likely a hardware fault.
     
  3. flavallee

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