Monitor Displays Black Screen

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OskarUrbisz

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Before this happened my PC was running perfectly so im guessing it must be the Hardware fault but my problem is that when I boot up my PC, the monitor shows 'no signal'
and my mouse and keyboard's LEDs do not turn on (the monitor is connected theough VGA (PC) to HDMI (Monitor)). I have recently been very interested into PCs so I decided to see the hardware for my self. I checked the RAMs and CPU, nothing else and after that i could not boot up my PC. I was looking on YouTube and Google for any solutions to this problem and most of them said it was either the RAMS, CPU, GPU or the CMOS battery. I have cleaned out the pins on my RAM using a soft eraser and cleaned the pins on my CPU using a soft brush and took out the CMOS battery for 5-15 mins and put it back in. Still the problem wasnt resolved. I hope you guys might have a solution to the problem. These are my specs

-AMD ATHLON II X4 640 CPU
- MSI RADEON RX 470 4G GDDR5
- ASRock Fatality 990FX KILLER
- EVGA 500W PSU
- 2x4g RAM 1600mhz DDR3 Corsair Vengeance

If you need more info on the specs ill try my best to get them to you
 
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flavallee

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It sounds like curiosity and lack of knowledge got the best of you and turned your working computer into a non-working one. :oops:
We're not there to see what you did and what damage you may have caused, so you should ask someone computer-knowledgeable to help you.

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OskarUrbisz

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It sounds like curiosity and lack of knowledge got the best of you and turned your working computer into a non-working one. :oops:
We're not there to see what you did and what damage you may have caused, so you should ask someone computer-knowledgeable to help you.

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So what should i do, get it checked out by an IT professionally?
 

flavallee

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Someone knowledgeable who can have a "hands on/eyes on" with your computer needs to examine it.
There's no way that we can do that from here.

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