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Video Card not working??

I several thin clients that for some reason the video has stopped working. I tried several different monitors and still no video. Has anyone seen or experienced this problem before? I tried to google and contact HP but no resolution. Any advice will be helpful.

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Remove display card and clean the contact part and re-insatll in diffrent slot and see.

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