Very odd



Ryan
07-10-2005, 01:57 AM
As I went to plug in my computer from a routine cleanup, I forgot to plug in
my power supply connector from the outside and realized this.

So as I went to plug it in and boot up, I encountered no video. Everything
inside (all fans) responded as normal, but I got no video.

I stripped all components down and plug one by one and got things going
again.

Just curious if anyone knows why this happened.

Thanks

Steven Wabik
07-10-2005, 01:57 AM
its just an issue with old PCs.

"Ryan" <microsoft@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> As I went to plug in my computer from a routine cleanup, I forgot to plug
> in my power supply connector from the outside and realized this.
>
> So as I went to plug it in and boot up, I encountered no video. Everything
> inside (all fans) responded as normal, but I got no video.
>
> I stripped all components down and plug one by one and got things going
> again.
>
> Just curious if anyone knows why this happened.
>
> Thanks
>

Plato
07-10-2005, 01:58 AM
Ryan wrote:
>
> As I went to plug in my computer from a routine cleanup, I forgot to plug in
> my power supply connector from the outside and realized this.
>
> So as I went to plug it in and boot up, I encountered no video. Everything
> inside (all fans) responded as normal, but I got no video.
>
> I stripped all components down and plug one by one and got things going
> again.

Often when you take the cover off and play around inside the AGP card
gets mis-seated.


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Very odd