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New computer, not booting.

Hi everyone!

For a few weeks ago I bought a new computer, ordered different parts and put it together Happy But there seems to be an issue somewhere..
When I try to boot the computer everything seems fine but the monitor does not get any signal from the VGA card. The monitor notice that its connected to the card but there are no reaction on it what so ever. I have tried to check my wires but I seem to have done all in the right manner. I have tried to put the motherboard on its cardboard box and connect only RAM, vga/card and gpu and processor, but still nothing.

This is my spec:

Antec Two Hundred Midi Tower Sort
Vifter: 1x 140mm Top, 1x 120mm Back, ATX, mATX, mI

Akasa Amber 120mm Fan
120x 120 x 25mm, 1400 RPM, 4.8 CFM, 18 dBA, 3 Pin

ASUS M4N75TD, Socket-AM3
ATX, nForce750a, DDR3, 2xPCIe(2.0)x16, GbLAN

Corsair CX 430W PSU
ATX 12V V2.3, 80 Plus, Standard. 1x 6+2pin PCIe, 4

Kingston ValueR. DDR3 1333MHz 4GB, CL9
Kit w/two matched ValueRAM 2GB DDR3

AMD Athlon II X2 250
Dual Core, 3.0Ghz, AM3, 2MB, 65W, Boxed

ASUS ENGT220
GPU: GeForce GT220
Video Memeory: 1GB DDR2
Engine Clock: 625MHz
Memory Clock: 800MHz (128 bit)
DVI Max Resolution: 2560x1600
Bus Standard: PCI-E 2.0
DirectX 10.1 Support: YES
HDMI Output: Yes (Native HDMI)
Standard Output: DVI-I, D-Sub Output
HDCP Compliant: YES
Low Profile: YES

As you see the speccs are not gr8. But I intend to use this PC as a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation), and thats all.

I have tryed to figure out what the problem is but I cant seem to find it. I wondered if you smart people of this forum could help me out here!

Greetings from Norway: Andreas

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I have done the minimal boot setup and the other stuff from the sticky.Happy

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(NT) Have you tried using just the VGA connector ?
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Sadly yes..

There are no built in grafix unit on the motherboard, but I have tryed all the different outputs on the back of the grafix card..!

Nothing seems to help, waiting on an e-mail from the PSU provider atm.

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