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jingder

Blank after enter the windows! need urgent help pls!

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Pls help me to solve my problem....

Scenario:

After loading the windows....suppose the welcome screen come out, however, now its become blank and my monitor display the message " No signal detect"!!!!

Then I tried to enter into the safemode for the 1st HD, however its display the messy color line and line mix togather( sorry , i couldnt describe it more precise) something happen when ur graphic card got problem......

OMG .........how can it be? Then i try my second HD(backup) which is only different on monitor display resolution (1024*768) but it load smooth and enter the windows without any problem!

FYI, The 1st HD system is 1280*1024 resolution. But i wonder I had set it for several days ago with 1280*1024 resolution but no problem at all, but now I cant even enter the safemode.....

PLS guide me for futher troubleshoot or solution. Thousand Thx for guidance.

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I have tried.......same problem occurred..........either restart itself or display the message " No signal detect" or the running out of color line by line....

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Do you have an on-board video card as well as a dedicated video card?

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no.....no IGP in my motherboard......however ...after thousand tried....I found that problem can be solve by changing the RAM to another RAM Slot....!!!!!! **** crazy motherboard I guess....

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You might have defective RAM then. Moving it to another slot will give it a different address, which will solve that problem but create new ones. Give Memtest86 a try.

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