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I accidently Switched My Display to PCI Settings in the BIOS Settings in my computer. Now the display of my monitor is off but my Computer is running

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With computer disconnected for elecctric,Go into machine. Disconnect the battery. Reconnect the battery. Start computer back up gettign back into the startup routine and change it back.

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If you have graphics card, You need to connect the monitor pin to the graphics card.
If you are connecting through graphics you must change the option in the bios to PCI to get the display.

If you do not have graphics card. Then try changing the connecting cable of the monitor.
Please ensure that you have switched on the power supply for the monitor..
If still problem persists then I suggest you to connect your CPU to another monitor and try to check whether you are getting display or not.
If you are not getting display there might be something wrong in the motherboard with the monitor pin.

This must fix your problem.
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