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Just rebuilt new pc

I have a dell 2.8ghz...put in a new hard drive...and connected everything...my lcd now says power save mode...so i cant see anything to reinstall os..what do i do?

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  • stephar84 Dec 17, 2008

    how do i do that?

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Dont connect the monitor via your graphic card, its not installed yet. Connect your minitor via the motherboard.

Good luck to you

Posted on Dec 17, 2008

  • Nicolas
    Nicolas Dec 17, 2008

    you do that by using the vga port on your mobo

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