Re: New computer, no display
Ok... so I've noticed a few more things and figured a bit more out. The powersupply was set to the 220 voltage setting... which is wrong in canada... but it can't fry anything inside... because I'm only pulling in a 110 voltage setting from the outlet. So the power supply can't fry anything because the voltage coming in is less then the setting. So the computer shuts down... however, the keyboard blinked monitor turned on... everything worked for that short period. Switching it to the 110 voltage not only does the monitor not work but the keyboard doesn't as well. The only things that run on that setting are the fans and the lights. Because this happens on both power supplies, its not a power supply problem! It couldn't of fried anything because there isn't enough voltage to do so. And, nothing could be fried because everything still works on the wrong setting for that 3 to 10 seconds. Therefore, it has to be the motherboard (prove me wrong please).
Is there a setting or a jumper on the motherboard that would tell the system to work on a certain voltage setting, or is there anything on the motherboard that can control this. Please give me your suggestions... I'm going bonkers!! Technicians can't even figure it out!
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