How to Fix System Turns on But No Display?

When you are using your PC, and suddenly your screen may turn black due to some reason such as corrupt RAM, outdated drivers or damaged peripherals etc. It is a very annoying and frustrating issue so, if you are facing it, then follow this article and learn about its solutions.

Connect the Monitor Again to the System

  1. Hold the Power key until the system switches off.
  2. After that, detach the video cord, which attaches the screen to the system.
  3. You should look at the ‘port connectors’ on the system then on the monitor.
  4. Then check whether the video cord is corrupted. In case the video cord is OK, connect the system again to the screen.
  5. In case you have another video cord applicable, attempt connecting both devices through the new cord.
  6. Now, attempt enabling the system to view whether it should boot usually.

Disconnect the Peripherals

  1. Hold the power key until the Switch off the system.
  2. After that, detach each peripheral such as a mouse, scanner, or printer.
  3. Now, attempt to enable the system once again.
  4. In the case of the system boots successfully, one of the peripheral is causing the issue. You can install all devices again back to the system and check them at once. Thereafter, you will locate the particular device that causes the issue.

Install the RAM again

  1. Press the Power key until the system switches off.
  2. After that, detach the AC power cable through the power supply, then invoke the system case.
  3. Now, go to the motherboard, delete the RAM through the slot of memory.
  4. Later, place the RAM back in the slot.
  5. You should attach the AC power cable to the power supply, then switch on the system.

Reset the BIOS Settings to Default

  1. Hold the Power key until the PC switches off.
  2. Thereafter, detach the AC power cord through the power supply, then invoke the system case.
  3. Once you reach the motherboard, remove the CMOS battery.
  4. You have to wait for a minimum of 5 minutes and install the CMOS battery again.
  5. Now, attach the AC power cable to the power supply, then switch on the system to check whether the issue continues.

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