Monitor or some other Problem

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In summary, the individual is experiencing problems with their monitor not receiving a video signal when their computer is turned on. They have found a temporary solution by connecting the monitor to the motherboard's video port but are looking for a more permanent fix. They suspect that their graphics card may be malfunctioning and have received advice to reset the BIOS and clean the video card and motherboard.
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Hi

I have this problem cropping up lately, whenever i start/power on my PC, everything seems to work, but not the monitor the led just blinks with no video signal no error no beep. But it starts working when i connect it to the Motherboard's video port, but then again when i restart it would go through same problem: evthg/cpu/fan working but then my monitor is blank with LED blinking. Again when i connect monitor to the Graphics card, it will work, some kind of periodic thing but i am too tired to keep changing the ports...

I am using Graphics Card, despite this I am now able to connect my monitor through motherboards video port which was not possible previously when there was no such problem

Help is highly appreciated
TIA

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Himanshu
 
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It sounds like the video card is dying, if not dead. I have a computer currently that has stripes of color about an inch wide streaming down the monitor. I think that I will have the same problem as you shortly.
 
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try this
reset your BIOS by removing the MB battery and shorting the appropriate jumber
then clean your vedio card and MB from dust
 

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