[SIZE=3]A Seagate ST3160812[SIZE=3]AS 160[SIZE=3]byte Desktop HD stopped b[SIZE=3]oot[SIZE=3]ing one machine af[SIZE=3]ter a power faillure. It was inserted in another mac[SIZE=3]hine and passed chk[SIZE=3]dsk without any problem[SIZE=3], and all data fi[SIZE=3]les were accessible.
[/SIZE]When re-installed in the original machine and turned on, the [SIZE=3]only result was [SIZE=3]the m[SIZE=3]essage “No S[SIZE=3]ignal”. The monitor cable works, and was well conne[SIZE=3]cted. It is an ACER desktop.
What is wrong?[/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE][/SIZE] Any suggestions as to what I should do next?
A few weeks ago. I got a no signal. Thinking that it was my monitor. I hooked it up to another PC and it worked fine. Found out it was my video card. Hook same up to my on board motherboard vga video card, worked fine. You may want to see if that is the problem.