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No video The computer was rattling and once the side panel came off the video card was partially out and the blue piece that holds the video card in was just tumbling around inside. There was also a little metal piece but I have no idea where that goes. Its like a clip with a weird screw looking piece in the middle. The thin tin metal that went around where you plug the monitor in on the inside was all crinkled up & I tried to flatten it back out. Do you think it may need a new video card or more extensive repair?

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  • cat1370 Nov 24, 2008

    thats what I thought too Thank you

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It looks like you need a new video card.

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I think what Ron is asking is if you used a different cable to connect the monitor to the computer. (I'm assuming you used an old 15 pin monitor cable or whatever those old cables were?)

Without getting into your BIOS:

So on your computer, you probably have an onboard video card (a video card built into the motherboard itself), and a dedicated video card (probably where you're seeing the DVI out).

It may be possible that you have the on board video card (with the traditional connection) disabled, when the dedicated video card is plugged in.

This isn't rocket science, so don't worry. Phillips head screwdriver is all you need.

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Pull the screw, and the video card should come out. From there, the BIOS should recognize your card is missing, and thus revert to using the onboard video card.

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How to resolve a "NO VIDEO" problem on your Desktop computer?


1. Turn the computer off...

2. Remove the Power cable and drain the power by holding down the power button for 10 seconds...

3. Remove the side panel of your CPU Tower (refer to manual how to remove side panel)...

4. Loosen the screw of your Graphics card and remove it then replace it back!

5. Connect all cables and put the cover back...

6. Turn your computer back on!

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Disconnect all cables and power supply from your computer. Press the power button and hold it in to release all energy from the pc. Remove the side cover to all access to the inside of the pc.

Look for the card that has the video connection where you had your monitor connected. Remove the two outside screws on the metal bracket on the back which holds it in place.

Pull the video card out away from the pc towards you. Sometimes you need to wiggle it in order to get it out. Some cards have additional cords which connect other places. The majority that I have seen do not. If your card does, take a permanent marker in order to mark where they connected so that you can remember later.

Insert the new card in the same place where you removed the old one. Put the two screws back in the rear metal plate to keep it in place.

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Disconnect the power and video cable first.
Open the side panel, lift the card up and push it back into the slot with a gentle side to side wiggle as you go.
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