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Spider56

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About Spider56

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  • Birthday 10/02/1956

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    Melbourne - VICTORIA

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  1. Thanks Jacee! I'll check the power supply and see what happens...
  2. Hi Joe C! What exactly a "failing power supply" could mean in my case? Is that possible to have a failing power supply in your PC and still power be present/active in the machine?
  3. Thanks to everybody who has tried to help! What I failed to mention in my initial request for help was to say that this is not the first time it's happening (to switch on the PC unit and get no signal at all at the monitor). It has happened before and I tricked it just by switching the PC off and on... other time by replacing the video card with another one... other time by removing the battery and reinserting it in place... but at the moment neither of the above won't work anymore... The ADMINISTRATOR could be right: "...no POST, no BIOS access = motherboard is toast." I'll be
  4. Hi PC users! Anybody has a clue why my PC won't send any signal at all to the monitor? The PC and the monitor (actually a Sony LCD TV) have worked perfectly together for months, the cable/connection is OK. As soon as I start the PC the green LED will start flickering rapidly (instead of staying on as a continuous light). I removed the battery, put it back, I replaced the videocard... nothing happens... the PC doesn't boot at all, not even the BIOS would appear on the screen. It doesn't work with other monitor either, but the monitor will work with other PC. Anybody any clue what's go
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