I got a new Power Supply Unit and not my monitor says: "no vga input"?

I needed a better PSU cause I'm getting a better graphics card but now the monitor doesn't work....if I put in the old PSU it works again. When the new PSU is in everything acts like its running normal (fans and lights and such come on) but the monitor still says no vga input.
Asked Dec 24, 2009
It might be over powering it or something. Just use the old one till you get the new graphics card and try again. If it still doesn't work with the new graphics card, come back here and I'll help you some more.
Answered Dec 24, 2009
I have already tried it multiple times with the graphics card and with out, i recently tested it on a different computer, worked beautifully. However the other computers set up as far as cord were, was a little different.
So you tried it with the NEW graphics card? Because in your post you mentioned that you're, quote, "getting a better graphics card." So you got the "better graphics card" and you tried it with this new power supply?
Try clearing the CMOS in case it got scrambled. There should be a jumper on the motherboard to do that, if there isn't or you can't find it then pulling the motherboard battery out for a few minutes will achieve the same result (unplug the power lead as well).

Have you tried the DVI or the HDMI inputs? Do they work

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Answered Mar 21, 2019
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