Question about Intel D845GVFN Motherboard
I think there is problem in RAM. You Change the RAM and then check the computer . Problem will solve
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Mother Board Display Problem
Hi, i think its a vga card or onboard card, if not make sure that you ram is tight and if u can get a dust blower and blow it, and just make sure that before u close it, u quiz in tight all the attached components on the mother board, if it refuse, then get another graphics card and try a gain.For starts u can use a very cheap Pci vga card and or AGP card. The other thing that i want u to take not of is try some friends monitor and see if it works if it fails then try the first option. However usually intel has a beep code, take not of the beep code and tell us how many times the it beep.
Hope u are help.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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