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I have not signal to de monitor

The monitor works, i change tho another pc and works perfectly
may be the onboard screenchip have problem?

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Frst try to cmos bios that mean tuk batery from main board and live on side about 10 min befor u do al off that turn off u r pc after 10 min return batery and try then that is first options ,then in some case u can hear sound from two interval bep bep that can be problem with u r vga cards or main board agp or pc exspres slot and on the end just push brtter vga cards in slot but pc must be turn off from power take care see ya byeeeeeeeeeeeee

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