Monitors don't power with PC


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robertsadler

I recently built my first computer and it's been smooth sailing until
now.

The last few days I have been working with alot of programs and
windows. When I decide I am finished for the night I just set my
computer to hibernate. When I am ready to use it again I just press
the power button, vista does it's thing, and all my windows are back.
It's great.

Well, last night I finished what I was working on and shutdown the
computer.

This morning when I turned it on the computer seemed like it was
booting but the monitors didn't power on. All the fans and lights were
on, the CD drives were doing there thing but no monitors.
Concerned I moved one of the two monitors to another computer to test
it. It worked fine. I moved the other one, that one worked fine as
well.
I decided to test my video card so I put it into another computer. It
worked fine. I hooked the two monitors previously mentioned up to it
and they both worked fine.
I moved it all back to the origional computer and tried it again.
Still didn't work.
I used a different monitor to test the card in the origional computer
and it didn't work.
I cleared the BIOS. Still didn't work.
I unpluged the two CD drives and the HD and still nothing.
I made sure the card was snug and the onboard fan was on. It was.

Here are my thoughts:
I don't know if the hibernating has anything to do with it because the
monitors won't turn on and load to the BIOS before windows starts.
The monitors power lights are an amber color. If I turn the monitors
off then on the light turns to green for 5 or so seconds then turns
amber again.
I unplugged the CD's and HD and nothing changed.
I don't have an onboard video so I can't test that.
I know the Card and the monitors are working fine because I tested
them in another computer
This computer was working great until this morning.

Here are my specs:
OS: Vista Home Premium
Mobo: DFI 865pe-tag
CPU: P4 650 3.4 w/HT
RAM: Patriot Memory 2GB PC3200 DDR Kit (PDC2G3200ELK)
Video: GeForce 7800 GS (AGP)
HD: WD Raptor 150

Please help :crybaby:

-Rob
 
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FooAtari

(e-mail address removed) (robertsadler) wrote in @news.supernews.com:
I recently built my first computer and it's been smooth sailing until
now.

The last few days I have been working with alot of programs and
windows. When I decide I am finished for the night I just set my
computer to hibernate. When I am ready to use it again I just press
the power button, vista does it's thing, and all my windows are back.
It's great.

Well, last night I finished what I was working on and shutdown the
computer.

This morning when I turned it on the computer seemed like it was
booting but the monitors didn't power on. All the fans and lights were
on, the CD drives were doing there thing but no monitors.
Concerned I moved one of the two monitors to another computer to test
it. It worked fine. I moved the other one, that one worked fine as
well.
I decided to test my video card so I put it into another computer. It
worked fine. I hooked the two monitors previously mentioned up to it
and they both worked fine.
I moved it all back to the origional computer and tried it again.
Still didn't work.
I used a different monitor to test the card in the origional computer
and it didn't work.
I cleared the BIOS. Still didn't work.
I unpluged the two CD drives and the HD and still nothing.
I made sure the card was snug and the onboard fan was on. It was.

Here are my thoughts:
I don't know if the hibernating has anything to do with it because the
monitors won't turn on and load to the BIOS before windows starts.
The monitors power lights are an amber color. If I turn the monitors
off then on the light turns to green for 5 or so seconds then turns
amber again.
I unplugged the CD's and HD and nothing changed.
I don't have an onboard video so I can't test that.
I know the Card and the monitors are working fine because I tested
them in another computer
This computer was working great until this morning.

Here are my specs:
OS: Vista Home Premium
Mobo: DFI 865pe-tag
CPU: P4 650 3.4 w/HT
RAM: Patriot Memory 2GB PC3200 DDR Kit (PDC2G3200ELK)
Video: GeForce 7800 GS (AGP)
HD: WD Raptor 150

Please help :crybaby:

-Rob

Possibly a Motherbaord fault? Do you have another video card you can
test?
 

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