Originally Posted by Trotter
First things first... have you replugged all the connections inside the computer?
Do you have a spare PCI-E graphics card to pop into it so you can check to see if the onboard graphics have crapped the bed?
You may want to pull the hard drive and connect it as an extra drive in another computer to check out its integrity and to run CHKDSK on it. The hard drive itself could be the culprit.
Thanks for answering....
I took all the connections out of the unit and reattached all connections and no luck. Such as mouse, keyboard, ethernet, etc..... Or do you mean actually opening the unit itself INSIDE the computer? I haven't done that. Not tech savvy, so I wouldn't even know what to do or what to look for if I actually opened the case.
I have no other graphics card and I would have no idea how to do that anyway.....
Again, don't know how to disconnect hard drive.
Sounds like I need someone who could do these tasks for me, eh?