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Biostar M7VKQ integrated video not working

My Biostar M7VKQ integrated video does not seem to work.  When I first boot, the power light on the monitor goes green and then in a few seconds before I get anything on the screen, it goes amber.  When I install a PCI video card, I get a screen.  I can't seem to find anything on the Biostar website about this problem.   Anybody have any ideas?  Thanks. FIND DRIVER MICROSOFT LOOKBACK ADAPTER OF MAIN BIOSTAR M7VKQ

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Might it be that the CMOS/BIOS is defaulted to look and use and add-on video card? Initially, pls try to do a CMOS/BIOS full reset, either by the jumper or battery removal method.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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