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no video on graphics card or on-board video

by navygm1--2008 / July 21, 2006 10:22 AM PDT

My son stoopped playing a game and started moving his mouse. The mouse started moving slow then shut down. I started the pc back up, fan came on, hard drive started and kept on running, but no video from graphics card or on-board video. I belive the motherboard is bad. It is an e-machine T2260, 2200+ AMD Anthalon with an FIC AM37 motherboard. Help

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IS THE MONITOR PLUGGED IN ?
by Scrotes4Life / July 21, 2006 12:54 PM PDT

Reinstall your driver.

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no video on graphics card or on-board video
by navygm1--2008 / July 23, 2006 7:09 AM PDT

Monitor is plugged in, so I am thinking that it is my motherboard.

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(NT) (NT) try fresh intstall of video driver
by bklynrickel / July 23, 2006 7:26 AM PDT
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no video on graphics card or on-board video
by navygm1--2008 / July 25, 2006 5:05 AM PDT

no way to see what I am doing w/ no video. Thanks

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what would cause motherboard to go bad?
by bklynrickel / July 23, 2006 10:20 AM PDT

power surge?

static electricty?

not so likely i dont think.

could well be a courrupted or outdated driver.

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no video on graphics card or on-board video
by navygm1--2008 / July 25, 2006 4:43 AM PDT

I do not even get a start up screen, so I am having problems even being able to see to troubleshoot.

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i dont know what kind of monitor you have, but
by bklynrickel / July 25, 2006 9:53 AM PDT

i have an lcd flat screen.

in some instances i have not had an image because my cable was not appropriately connected to the back of the monitor. forgive me, but i just wanted to make sure you checked that connection as well as to the computer.

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