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NO DISPLAY M2NE MOTHERBOARD

My existing Configuration:
Monitor: BENQ FP71E+ LCD
Motherboard: ASUS M2N-E Green non sli (1 and half year old)
Display mode: DVI/VGA
Graphic Card: 7600GT

I was using above configuration for last one and half years. But one month back there was no display on booting the computer. It seems computer is booting up but I am not able to see any thing.

I have changed my graphic card to NEW 9600 GT but still no display. I have also tried different pair of RAMs 512*2 DDR2 but I am getting no display. My monitor is perfect, runs in DVI mode with another motherboard.

I have also done the barebone motherboard testing with another SMPS/RAM and CRT Monitor (vga mode) but still no display on the screen.

Any solutions..... Please help me out...

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I was using above configuration for last one and half years. But one month back there was no display on booting the computer. It seems computer is booting up but I am not able to see any thing.

I have changed my graphic card to NEW 9600 GT but still no display. I have also tried different pair of RAMs 512*2 DDR2 but I am getting no display. My monitor is perfect, runs in DVI mode with another motherboard.

I have also done the barebone motherboard testing with another SMPS/RAM and CRT Monitor (vga mode) but still no display on the screen.

Any solutions..... Please help me out...

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It's probably your pci-e slot of the motherboard problem. Try using different motherboard.

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