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Start Uo hi, i have finished putting up together my XC Cube EX915, i have connected everything correctly and when i turn it on every thing runs well apart from the fact that the screen wont show any activity, i have tried installing a Geforce 8600 GTS OC bypassing the onboard VGA but nothing seems to work, will this be a problem with the motherboard or is it somthing els? (and one other thing i noticed...when i plug in the power supply the keyboard lights flush once as if the PC has been turned on) please help Geoff

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  • zink4 Dec 17, 2008

    hi again...i cant get into the bios because the screen wont even display anything i have tryed it on both the onboard video or graphics card, the screen seems to work fine on my other computer tho

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Go into bios and disable the onboard video this should fix u problem
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