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Everything is connected firmly but the motherboard does not display
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Make sure your monitor is attached to the right video card, sometimes you have an onboard video card and another one attached to the motherboard.
If this is the case switch the cable to the other video card and run to computer, get into bios and look for a place where it says 'initial display' and choose onboard or agp or pciexpress (depends on which card you want to use).
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