After I tried to update to 8.20 bios, and restarted the monitor would still stay in sleep mode.
I know the monitor is working because I plugged in my laptop to test it.
If that doesn't do the trick, it's time to go shopping for a new board. And failures can occur even if you do everything correctly.
A BIOS update should only be done when it specifically addresses a problem you are having.
I just recently acquired a HP Compaq presario sr2034nx computer with these specs: A8m2n-la motherboard, 2.4 Ghz amd processes, 1 gig of ram, geoforce 6150 Le onboard graphics card, and a windows xp operating system After I ran the Hp recovery program to set it back to factory default, I proceeded to update the bios through windows with this update: Software Download Index?
softwareitem=pv-56155-1&cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en After the about 3 minutes, the bios update process gave a message requiring to restart the computer.
I have an APU and at the time I was installing my GPU wasn't in there. I have tried using my GPU as well but did the same thing, I think my mobo is dead, my usb devices aren't turning on.
I thought everything went fine during the AMI BIOS update, but when the loading bar was at 100% my computer restarted with no screen output.
Besides that, I noticed a red LED on the motherboard next to a label 'cpu'.
Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner.
I have just put together my rig with a Gigabyte GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 motherboard and a I5-7600k.
External displays worked fine, but some exploration with an external display showed that Windows 10 didn’t think there was any other display besides the external monitor.
It turns out that Dell fixed something in a recent BIOS update.
However, all LEDs and components such as fans are working.