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MAIN BOOTUP IM NOT POWERING UP PROPERLY,NO SCREEN DISPLAY ON MONITOR.USEING VOODOO 3 VIDEO ON A PCI SLOT.NEED HELP TO SEE IF I HAVE DEVISES INSTALLED PROPERLY.

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  • broncoman5 Mar 26, 2008

    Bought a used board,, No onboard video as well as pci video.. Also don't seem to be getting response from keyboard(no led's on kb). All fans are working and the HD seems to be cycling. I reset cmos and even took out battery! tried again with same results!! Could it be a bad board?

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TRY DIFFERANT VIDEO CARD

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CHECK POWER SUPPLY

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