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Discussion in 'Hardware' started by allanb2008, Sep 24, 2008.

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  1. allanb2008

    allanb2008 Thread Starter

    Jun 10, 2008
    I have a Acer Veriton 261 and It does not display anything once I power it on. Every thing seems ok inside the PC. Spinning Hard disk, working Fan. Could the onboard VGA be the faulty component?
  2. virtuindia


    Sep 21, 2008
    first will be to check all connections – monitor as well as power to the monitor cable.

    2nd will be to check the monitor – disconnect the monitor from the back of the cabinet and check if the “signal error” message is displayed. This way you can eliminate an error with the monitor. If you disconnect the monitor and no error is displayed- you can take your monitor to an authorized service vendor.

    Next- it may be a RAM Problem. Because your system is turn-on properly & it didnt give display.

    Try this Steps......

    1. Check the RAM is Plugged on DIMM slot correctly. If it's not correct - plug it correctly


    2. Clean the RAM and the DIMM slot (This case plug out and Plug-in the RAM Carefully)


    3. Replace the RAM
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