New Power supply

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Microsoft Windows XP
Power supplies
I just purchased a new power supply for an XP system and am 100% sure I hooked everything back up the way it was. The computer now turns on but nothing is being displayed on the monitor. There is nothing wrong with the monitor as I have connected it to several other computers. Any Ideas to what the problem may be?

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You can remove and reseat the memory chips or change them

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  • Schmidtw
    Some monitors have a switch between digital an analog mode. If you accidentily pressed a button it may have changed it. Turn the monitor on and run it's adjustment utility and check which signal it's trying to grab. Hope this helps! -Schmidtw
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