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Gpu working not getting monitor picture

When I turn my sys. on my gpu starts with my system no prob but my monitor doesn't click on. tried other gpu's so its not the monitor. I'm quiet experienced with electronics and wonder if a capacitor might be the culprit.? the gpu is geforce4 ti 4200..

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Is there another type of video output on the card, like S-Video? It could be trying to use the other output as the primary rather than the regular VGA. If this is the case, use nvidia's display utility to manage which output should be the primary.

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