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I looked up this motherboard and it has a Nvidia integrated video processor.
What I believed happened is that when you installed the driver it installed it for the the onboard card.
What we can do to confirm that is to switch your monitor cable to the VGA connector on the backplane of your motherboard right next to your mouse/keyboard ports. then boot up your PC. If you get a viewable screen, we've found the answer. Hit <Delete> to enter your bios then go to PCIPNP this is the tab that deals with your videocard options. Disable the onboard Videocard. then push <F10> to save and exit.
Shut down the PC and switch the cable back, and your back in business.
If you have any more problems please message back here and I'll be happy to help.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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