I initially suspected that it might be a problem with my overclock. My comp was running smoothly, then it froze, i turned off power, now I can’t get any monitor back. Any other suggestions for what to look at? I overclocked my E to 3. I never did a good Prime95 overnight run to check out that it was stable, oops. Will do so If yes, how many beeps do you hear when you power on your system?
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Which operating system are you running? Results 1 to 10 of Are you using a video cable adapter for your cable and video card? Sometimes you need to remove the cmos battery and clear the cmos for an extended period of time, possibly several hours or overnight.
Currently none as I’m using a clean hdd Do you have a speaker hooked up to your motherboards speaker pins?
If yes, how many beeps do you hear when you power on your system? What is the refresh rate setting in windows? I have tried taking out the graphics card and using the onboard video. NOT looking forward to this.
With your machine turned off AND your psu is switched off, unplug each cable and re-seat each cable. Ga-g31m-d2l actually don’t hear any beeps at all. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: GA-G31M-S2L booting and viewing problem Follow the procedures in this post for removing your motherboard from the cpu case and vgq a minimal boot. Can you try your monitor, cable and video card in another computer?
System powers up, no unusual beeping.
Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L (rev. 2.x) VGA Driver 188.8.131.5229 for Windows 2000/XP
At this point, I’m going to rip out everything including a huge pain-in-the-ass heatsink on my processor and put it all back together again. My comp was running smoothly, then it froze, i turned off power, now I can’t get any monitor back.
Do you have a speaker hooked up to your motherboards speaker pins? But it could have also been Win7 that ga-f31m-s2l crashing.
I cant view anything on screen when it loads up, not even to the BIOS page. If you have any questions with these procedures, just ask.
Gigabyte GA-G31M-S2L – motherboard – micro ATX – LGA775 Socket – G31
Vgaa system runs as per normal but i am unable to view it on my lcd monitor. Don’t assume that any components are good.
Link to your ram’s full specifications. Are you getting a single beep when you first power up your system? Will do so Have you tried using the onboard graphics without installing your video card? I am currently using a hp lcd monitor which works fine with my older system. All i see is a blank screen even though my cpu and psu and hdd is running.
This exact problem happened a few days ago as well. Are the video cable connectors fully seated? No monitor display at all.
Gigabyte GA-G31M-S2L – motherboard – micro ATX – LGA Socket – G31 Overview – CNET
Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. Remove and re-seat all plug-in cards and your memory modules. I’ve tried two different monitors.
What is the brand and model of your video card and monitor?