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Windows 7: Is it possible to fix No Display Video card?

13 Sep 2011   #1
jademoore6

Windows 8.1 pro
 
 
Is it possible to fix No Display Video card?

Hi there, I hope you can help me guys.

I have this PC for almost a year then suddenly it hangs. I restarted it but unfortunately it won't boot anymore. It say's "NO SIGNAL" on monitor. No POST message from BIOS. You can't see anything aside from the LOGO of the Monitor which is LG.

what I tried are:
1. Re-seat the Video Card. Don't work
2. Re-seat the RAM/ Memory Card. Don't work
3. Reset BIOS. Don't work
4. Enter Safemode (but there is no display). Don't work
5. Hooking it up to an on-board display and it works.
6. Re-place the video card. and it works.

what I would like to ask is, when I used the old 9400GT Graphics card, It shows no display but I hear the chime sounds from windows logging-in. so I'm a bit curious that the card isn't busted at all. because the MOBO still detects the card but no display.

So is there anyway I can fix this issue?


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13 Sep 2011   #2
MrNeeds

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jademoore6 View Post
Hi there, I hope you can help me guys.

I have this PC for almost a year then suddenly it hangs. I restarted it but unfortunately it won't boot anymore. It say's "NO SIGNAL" on monitor. No POST message from BIOS. You can't see anything aside from the LOGO of the Monitor which is LG.

what I tried are:
1. Re-seat the Video Card. Don't work
2. Re-seat the RAM/ Memory Card. Don't work
3. Reset BIOS. Don't work
4. Enter Safemode (but there is no display). Don't work
5. Hooking it up to an on-board display and it works.
6. Re-place the video card. and it works.

what I would like to ask is, when I used the old 9400GT Graphics card, It shows no display but I hear the chime sounds from windows logging-in. so I'm a bit curious that the card isn't busted at all. because the MOBO still detects the card but no display.

So is there anyway I can fix this issue?
the cards ports are dead, the only way to fix these are to replace and solder the ports on, more hassle than the cards worth TBH, you could use it as a dedicated physx card i suppose
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 Sep 2011   #3
jademoore6

Windows 8.1 pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MrNeeds View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jademoore6 View Post
Hi there, I hope you can help me guys.

I have this PC for almost a year then suddenly it hangs. I restarted it but unfortunately it won't boot anymore. It say's "NO SIGNAL" on monitor. No POST message from BIOS. You can't see anything aside from the LOGO of the Monitor which is LG.

what I tried are:
1. Re-seat the Video Card. Don't work
2. Re-seat the RAM/ Memory Card. Don't work
3. Reset BIOS. Don't work
4. Enter Safemode (but there is no display). Don't work
5. Hooking it up to an on-board display and it works.
6. Re-place the video card. and it works.

what I would like to ask is, when I used the old 9400GT Graphics card, It shows no display but I hear the chime sounds from windows logging-in. so I'm a bit curious that the card isn't busted at all. because the MOBO still detects the card but no display.

So is there anyway I can fix this issue?
the cards ports are dead, the only way to fix these are to replace and solder the ports on, more hassle than the cards worth TBH, you could use it as a dedicated physx card i suppose

Thank you for the reply re-solder..hmmmm...I should give it a try. Anyway, use it as a physx card? how can I do that?
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13 Sep 2011   #4
MrNeeds

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jademoore6 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MrNeeds View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jademoore6 View Post
Hi there, I hope you can help me guys.

I have this PC for almost a year then suddenly it hangs. I restarted it but unfortunately it won't boot anymore. It say's "NO SIGNAL" on monitor. No POST message from BIOS. You can't see anything aside from the LOGO of the Monitor which is LG.

what I tried are:
1. Re-seat the Video Card. Don't work
2. Re-seat the RAM/ Memory Card. Don't work
3. Reset BIOS. Don't work
4. Enter Safemode (but there is no display). Don't work
5. Hooking it up to an on-board display and it works.
6. Re-place the video card. and it works.

what I would like to ask is, when I used the old 9400GT Graphics card, It shows no display but I hear the chime sounds from windows logging-in. so I'm a bit curious that the card isn't busted at all. because the MOBO still detects the card but no display.

So is there anyway I can fix this issue?
the cards ports are dead, the only way to fix these are to replace and solder the ports on, more hassle than the cards worth TBH, you could use it as a dedicated physx card i suppose

Thank you for the reply re-solder..hmmmm...I should give it a try. Anyway, use it as a physx card? how can I do that?
it will only work if your onboard video card is an Nvidia card, you could use it as a PhysX card by having it plugged in and connecting your cable to the onboard port, this should allow you to boot up and the PCI-E GPU would still be detected, and via the Nvidia control panel you can select which GPU to use as a PhysX card.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 Sep 2011   #5
jademoore6

Windows 8.1 pro
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MrNeeds View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jademoore6 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MrNeeds View Post

the cards ports are dead, the only way to fix these are to replace and solder the ports on, more hassle than the cards worth TBH, you could use it as a dedicated physx card i suppose

Thank you for the reply re-solder..hmmmm...I should give it a try. Anyway, use it as a physx card? how can I do that?
it will only work if your onboard video card is an Nvidia card, you could use it as a PhysX card by having it plugged in and connecting your cable to the onboard port, this should allow you to boot up and the PCI-E GPU would still be detected, and via the Nvidia control panel you can select which GPU to use as a PhysX card.
Thank you MrNeeds I guess aside from that, I really have to throw away this card. besides, I've already bought a new one I thought it would be easy as 1,2,3 in fixing this one Thank you. Marked as solved.
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13 Sep 2011   #6
MrNeeds

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jademoore6 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MrNeeds View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jademoore6 View Post


Thank you for the reply re-solder..hmmmm...I should give it a try. Anyway, use it as a physx card? how can I do that?
it will only work if your onboard video card is an Nvidia card, you could use it as a PhysX card by having it plugged in and connecting your cable to the onboard port, this should allow you to boot up and the PCI-E GPU would still be detected, and via the Nvidia control panel you can select which GPU to use as a PhysX card.
Thank you MrNeeds I guess aside from that, I really have to throw away this card. besides, I've already bought a new one I thought it would be easy as 1,2,3 in fixing this one Thank you. Marked as solved.
no problem, i try and not give bad news, but sometimes there's not much you can do about dead hardware

but on a brighter note, post 400
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