Pc says no signal when starting windows with vga cable plugged to garphic card

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I have a littile problem with my old pc.....when i plug the vga cable to graphics card ,the monitor shows no signal.....but when i plug it into motherboard everything starts up all fine....can some help me....?
 

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You haven't provided a description of your computer and its graphics card.

It sounds like the integrated graphics device is still enabled and the graphics card isn't being recognized.

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Graphic card is simmotronics 7200gs 256mb
Ram:1.5gb
HD:160gb
Intel Dual core 1.80ghz
 

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Graphic card is simmotronics 7200gs 256mb
Ram:1.5gb
HD:160gb
Intel Dual core 1.80ghz
 

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If that computer is a factory-brand one, advise what brand name and model name and model number it is.

If it's a custom/home-made one, advise what brand name and model number its motherboard is.

Also advise the brand name and model number and wattage of the power supply.

Since it's an old computer, I'm going to assume it's running Windows XP SP3.

Graphic card is simmotronics 7200gs 256mb
I'm not familiar with the Simmtronics brand of graphics cards, but it sounds like yours is a NVIDIA GeForce 7200GS chipset model.

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Aadithlalz

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It is factory made and it says intel d945gcnl in the mother board

it does not run winxp .....it runs win7 ultimate 32bit
 

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It is factory made and it says intel d945gcnl in the mother board

it does not run winxp .....it runs win7 ultimate 32bit

it has 400watt power supply
Intel D945GCNL motherboard

It was introduced in the third quarter of 2007.

It supports a maximum of 2 GB of DDR2-667 RAM.

It has full driver support for Windows XP and Windows Vista 32-bit.

It has limited driver support for Windows 7 32-bit.

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It is factory made
If that's a factory-made desktop and not a custom/home-made one, advise what its brand name and model name and model number is.

If perchance it's a Dell brand, advise what its "service tag" number is.

If perchance it's a HP/Compaq brand, advise what its part/product number(P/N) is.

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Your MGADiag log shows your computer is running Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit that came from a HP/Compaq computer.

It's also activated with a pirated 25-character product key that's posted all over the internet.

Per our rules here, we can't help you any further.

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