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No mouse, monitor or keyboard control

I am in outback australia, i have no monitor, no mouse, no keyboard control. if i disconnect the video card i get boot up and it tells me to hit f1 or delete to enter setup. But i have none of the above how can i get control over the pc again.

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No way man

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