If none of these solutions work then I would assume that you have a bad motherboard or CPU. When it receives no video signal from the computer, it will stay powered for a few seconds before giving up and presuming the PC is off hence why it stays green for a while, then goes orange. If this is happening after the post screen, then you have a video driver problem, which can be resolved by booting into safe mode, uninstalling your video card drivers and restarting into normal mode. Please assign your manual to a product: Tell us some more! If the monitor does not, you have a dead monitor.
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Login to post Please use English characters only. If this happens at boot and no POST screen display is seen, try checking the connections between the monitor and the video card, there may be a loose cable. When it receives no video signal from the computer, it will stay powered for a few seconds before giving up and presuming the PC is off hence why it stays green for a while, then goes orange. You may need to go to the Asus web site to download the manual if xsus don’t asue it.
If that text goes away and the led goes back to orange then it is a driver or operating system problem.
Asus P4S800-MX Motherboard video problem
The problem is with your PC not the monitor s. John P Griffin Sep 06, Want Answer 0 Clicking this will make more experts see the question and we will remind you when it gets answered. Instant Repair Help over the Phone 6ya. Posted on Sep 06, If it does get another monitor Look over the link provided below. Clarify these questions for me sebaswis.
ASUS P4S800-MX SE – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket 478 – SiS661FX
Also try switching out your power supply. Posted on Jan 02, Looks like you are just about ready to be without a computer for a while.
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When you perform the procedures I suggested make sure that nothing i. Here’s a link to this great service Good luck! The max point reward for answering a question is If you never get that green led light then either the video card is bad or not seated properly. Green flashes twice and the orange light flash at what seems to be a random disorder.
A problem with the CPU, memorypower supply or the motherboard itself will cause this problem. It’s worth a thousand words. Which ever way it is try adding another video card. Hope this helps, Gill. How can this be resolved. How do I change the backlight.
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Open the computer and see if the monitor cable asud into the Motherboard directly or into a video card. Or try swapping the connection cable. Inspect the ends of the cable for bent or damaged pins. If the monitor works then you know you have a video output issue.
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If it plugs directly into the Motherboard add a video card to the slot nearest the power supply. The system speaker is usually a set of four pins and you use the outside pair to connect the speaker.