No Display on Partaker Mini PC Despite Power Indicator Light On (After Installing RAM and SSD)

1. Ensure a proper connection between the PC and the monitor using a VGA cable/HDMI cable/DP cable.


2. If the issue persists, try using a different VGA/HDMI/DP cable.


3. Make sure that the memory you are using matches the memory type required by the Partaker Mini PC.


4. Turn off the power, carefully open the mini PC case, and check if the memory is properly inserted or loose. Remove the memory, clean it with a non-static cloth, reinsert it into the mini PC, connect the power adapter, and restart the system.


5.  Sometimes, the issue may be related to the CMOS battery. The CMOS battery stores certain information and can sometimes cause display issues. Try removing the CMOS battery and reinserting it to see if it resolves the problem.


Take out battery on mini pc

“If Your Partaker Mini PC is Experiencing CMOS Issues and No Display (Even with Correct RAM and Indicators), Try Resetting the CMOS Battery”


Before opening your computer, make sure you understand Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) and its dangers. ESD is one of the few things that can damage or destroy your computer or its components. Just like getting a shock when you rub your feet on a carpet and touch metal, ESD can occur while working inside your computer and may cause the components you touch to no longer function properly. ESD can occur without the user feeling a shock and only happens when working inside the computer or handling expansion cards or other hardware. The best way to prevent ESD is by using an ESD wrist strap, grounding mat, or grounded workbench. However, as most users don’t have access to such items, we provide the following steps to help minimize the chances of ESD occurring.




For our mini PC, after removing the CMOS battery, you can plug in the power adapter and turn on the mini PC again. This time it should display properly, confirming that there are no hardware issues with the computer. Next, power off the system and unplug the power cord. Then reinsert the CMOS battery and wait for the CMOS battery to regain its normal function. Once that is done, everything should be back to normal.


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