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Moniter doesnt show anything

Hi i have this mobo everything is connected ram,psu etc.
but the moniter doesnt show anything (the moniter works w/ another
comp)so what the prob?

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  • kadakyitol Nov 09, 2008

    thanks but since my monitor doesnt show anything (just flashes-in saving mode)
    i cant check that.when i turn on the comp the lights flash fans(incl. cpu) turn etc.
    except nothing appears on the moniter...


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It might be a problem with your graphics card, like it doesn't work anymore.

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Ok check you video driver because if your moniter is working with other computers then that could be what it is but let me know if anything else happens

Posted on Nov 09, 2008

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