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A2h battery problem

I`ve got a problem with motherboard on vga card slot it is many different voltage so my notebook didnt work properly, it`s no power. so if you can help me that will be wonderfull. maybe you`ve got a circuit diagram or schematic ???

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You should be able to select "auto" in the bios settings, Restart and hold down the delete button, most machines will get you in this way. from there you should be able to see the card and set it up, do this prior to putting in the card, the slot is more than likelly turned off if there was no card in there. If this doesn't solve it, you will need to give more specific info. like make and model number of both the card and board

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