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New PSU/GPU = No Signal on monitor

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by uncleseano, May 8, 2009.

  1. uncleseano

    uncleseano Private E-2

    Hullo, my comp came back from RMA after 1 million years so I turned it on. Everything worked fine even my old data/games/programs were on the hardrive so I turned it off. Took out the PSU/GPU replaced them and now I get a no signal on the monitor. Everything powers up fans start spinning etc....I need help. This new computer has been a nightmare for me.

    Also I replaced the old PSU/GPU and nothing there either

  2. Digerati

    Digerati MajorGeek

    Just to be clear first - by "PSU/GPU" you mean you replaced the power supply (PSU) and also the graphics "card", correct? I say that because GPU means graphics processing unit and is the primary processing unit found on graphics cards, and integrated with motherboards using on-board graphics. There is no single device called PSU/GPU.

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