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I have friends MSI MS-5169 v4 motherboard with ATi AGP video card (PN 109-49800-10). After attempting to access both sides of drive cage by loosening the clamp screws and easing out side panel (power off, although found ultimately wasn't necessary to do it this way) when put back together there is no output to monitor. Replaced AGP with another identical, and ran with different monitor, still the same.

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  • alipat Nov 19, 2008

    Thanks for trying. Resitting RAM did not have any effect. As I have no output to the monitor, I can not view the Bios settings. However, have lent my friend an old PC with his hard drive as a back-up disk, so ball is now back in his court as it were. Thanks again.

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Check Bios for video options.....Change settings if necessary.....Resit Ram

keep me posted

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