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  1. #1
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    Default display probs

    Other day went to bed pc was fine, woke up and it wont turn on the monitor. Assumed GFX card but tried a ATI 5450 and didnt work still. Tried a new motherboard the Asrock N68C-s UCC, still nothing i got it on one with the on board GFX but after slotting in a PCI-E GFX card i cant even get it to use onboard anymore. Really getting annoyed with it anyone please help?

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    Default Re: display probs

    Tried a different power supply unit? Tried a different monitor?
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    Default Re: display probs

    I'm having the exact problem (a few threads below yours) and still haven't found a solution. First few days it worked great, but one day I turned it on and no display. Very frustrating. You can find my thread below yours, but none of the solutions offered were of any help. I got "d6" shown on the Debug and 5 beeps...

    My board is the P67 Extreme4.
    Video card is the HD 6950 (MSI r6950 Twin Frozr II/OC)

    Things I've tried:
    -Cleared CMOS.
    -Updated BIOS to P1.64a (Fix the PCIE device on PEG cannot be detected)
    -Tried the video card in another computer (different motherboard) and it worked.
    -Upgraded the power supply (Corsair TX650).
    -Tried with only one RAM stick in different DIMM locations.
    -Cleaned the "golden fingers" contacts on video card with a pencil eraser.
    -Cleaned the PCI-E slots, and tried the video card in each one.
    -Removed the motherboard from the case and powered it, but still no display.
    The only way I can get display is to press the Clear CMOS button a second or two after I power on the PC. It will reboot and I'll get display. The issue only happens when I turn on the computer.

    At this point I may have to replace the motherboard...

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