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Graphic Card Problem

The monitor stopped working one day although everything else seems to work fine.We connected the moniter to a different computer and it works,we changed graphic cards in the computer and still nothing on the monitor. The computer is still working (we can acces info on it through in internal network) but the display is dead so we cannot work with it.
The motherboard is an intel motherboard D865perl and does not have an on-board graphic card.
Would appreciate your help in finding a solution.
Thanks !

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  • isiyboy Dec 13, 2008

    this is a desktop not a laptop. Thw card and the Motherboard arecompatiblesincethecomputer worked fine before. This problemoccured moving the computer. The drivers were installed.

    Any ideas ?


  • isiyboy Dec 16, 2008

    Thanks. Already tried installing a new graphics card (only hardware since there is no display in order to install software) this did not help.

    Any ideas / solutions.
    What else should I try before changing the motherboard.


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There could be many things besides the graphics card. To start however, make sure your laptop recognizes your card and its drivers installed. Make sure your card is compatible with your motherboard. what is the model of your graphics card?

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

  • zabrina liang Dec 13, 2008

    Okay then, if you did not install a new graphics card, this would be a good time to try

  • zabrina liang Dec 16, 2008

    The very first thing you should try when you have this problem, is to connect your computer to another monitor if your monitor is the issue. If it works, just get another monitor=)


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