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Solved No screen display, no bios display, no beeps

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by zip7e, Apr 28, 2019.

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  1. zip7e

    zip7e Thread Starter

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    Good morning,
    I recently assembled a new computer and when booting I get no image display, no beeps, no bios display; screen just says no signal. CPU heat sink and other fans work. These are the specifications of my computer:
    • Asus Prime B350M-A
    • AMD ryzen 7 1700 3.8GHz (has no integrated graphic card)
    • Corsair vengeance DDR4 PC4-19200 16Gb (2x8) 2400 MHz
    • SSD 240 gb.
    • HDD 1tb.
    • PSU 750W
    • GPU Gigabyte GTX 960 winforce 4gb.
    And here is a list of the things that I have already tried:
    • Tried GPU on a diferent computer and it worked fine.
    • Tried removing memory sticks one at a time and tried them individually in each slot of the MOBO. Unfortunately my other computer supports DDR3 memory sticks so I can ensure if they work properly, however they are new so i'm quite confident they are fine.
    • Tried with my other computers PSU which is also 750W and runs my other computer and made no difference.
    • Removed CPU from slot to check pins and they are mint.
    • Inspectioned MOBO carefully and appears completely intact.
    • Monitor and cables are ok since my other computer displays fine.
    • Tried HDMI, DVI and VGA cables.
    I hope somebody can help me. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. crjdriver

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    Have you read the guide at the top of the hw forum for problem builds? If not, do so. If you follow ALL of the steps, you will find the cause of your no POST condition.

    Common errors for new builders;
    1 4/8/12pin aux pw connector not plugged in
    2 Motherboard shorting to case due to incorrect placement of standoffs
    3 Parts not compatible. In your case, it looks like all of the parts should be fine
    4 Heatsink fan not installed correctly. More an intel problem than an amd problem since the amd type coolers are pretty simple to install
     
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  3. zip7e

    zip7e Thread Starter

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    It seems that there was a shorting to case of some sort. It worked straight away when I mounted it on my desk. I will get new standoffs and mount it in the case again.
    Thank you very much for your help
     
  4. crjdriver

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    You are welcome. How to properly mount a new board;
    1 Pull the IO plate out of the case and remove all standoffs
    2 Place the board in the case and mark the position of each standoff using a pencil or sharpie
    3 Remove the board and install standoffs in the positions marked and no where else
    4 Install the IO plate. Place the board on the standoffs and slide into the IO plate
    5 Secure with screws
    Done.
     
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