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- Tue, 06 Feb 2018 02:20:26 EST WDFcnN9l No.121601
File: 1517901626235.jpg -(960769B / 938.25KB, 2560x1600) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. can someone help me out
I recently had to move cross country and to stay under max luggage weight I took my PC apart and took it on my carry on.

I put it back together but now its not producing any video.
It's starting up fine but doesn't send video signal regardless of what monitor or cable I try.
The fan on the video card does startup for like 5 seconds when you turn the system on then it stops, so I know it's getting some power.
It seems that I might've connected the cables wrong because I don't knowcable im doing.
It's the 2014 asud essentio series.
I'm gonna post a few pics in hopes that someone spots my error.
Thanks for any help and SLAYER to you all
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EbenezerCrucklenin.pdr - Tue, 06 Feb 2018 02:22:22 EST WDFcnN9l No.121602 Reply
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Sorry for shit quslity. This is front panel cables
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EbenezerCrucklenin.pdr - Tue, 06 Feb 2018 02:27:18 EST WDFcnN9l No.121604 Reply
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>>121603
This one isn't connected to anything except the HD but there doesn't seem to be a spspoor it either.

Anyway I can post pics of a specific part or even video. I know its a long shot but vie been at this for a week now and im frustrated
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NigelFashdock.cbt - Tue, 06 Feb 2018 02:50:27 EST xpj6PQwa No.121605 Reply
Looks like you have a RAM module out of its socket. Lord knows what else is wrong. You'll want to spend 10 minutes reviewing the POST process so you know what constitutes "starting up fine".
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AlicePummersan.clp - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 03:35:29 EST BjKPFGkC No.121606 Reply
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>>121605
nah theres only 2.
I took a pic before I took it apart
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MarthaPabblefuck.txt - Wed, 07 Feb 2018 13:09:50 EST CITyKO6K No.121608 Reply
>>121604
That small 4 pin power connector you're holding is just for floppy drives.

Does the system make any beeps when turned on? Most motherboards will give an audible error if no functioning display device is found during start up. You did try the on-board video as well right?
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PhyllisSesslewell.prn - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 18:13:47 EST aQeOLWX7 No.121615 Reply
>>121608
It doesn't make any noises other than the whirr of the components turning on.
Yes I tried the on on board video card too, as well as multiple monitors and both hdmi and dsub.
What really trips me out is that the video card appears to turn on for about 5 seconds on power up, then stops.
Same with the front facing and on board usb outlets....
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PhoebeGrimlock.pdf - Tue, 13 Feb 2018 19:27:16 EST nnmf4LE/ No.121616 Reply
>>121615
Nothing should be tripping you out because you don't know how any of this works. Disconnect everything so you can reseat the connections. Try to boot with just the CPU and RAM.
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James Randi - Fri, 25 Oct 2019 02:58:46 EST 777lrp4r No.122548 Reply
>>121616
This.

If you have an onboard video card next to your fancy pants video card try using that.

It should issue a beep or noise of some kind and start to POST.
Look up the specific POST for your mobo. Start there and work backwards.
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ErnestWorthingbanks.maq - Mon, 28 Oct 2019 17:21:55 EST F/iTqYS1 No.122558 Reply
Whatever the case, one would boot up using onboard video first before putting a video card back in by default. Experience is, that how they want it. Even if it seems
it should work like it did before. All other hardware should be no issue.

Windows, may have to go to 'device manager' and look for yellow exclamation points on the video drivers. May be able windows to update driver or if not remove offending drivers and reboot and update with video card. Or install drivers from website if that does not work.

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