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You can install a video card in the AGP expansion slot to replace the faulty on-board video. When you connect the monitor to the new video card it should boot uo with the generic VGA video driver, then you need to install the video driver (CD) that was supplied with the video card, then you can the screen resolution to 1024X768 or higher to suit your tastes.
The first step would be to discover your motherboard model. It sounds like you can boot into Windows. An easy way to find your motherboard model is with a diagnostics program such as CPU-Z. You can download this 2MB program for free from http://www.cpuid.com/download/cpu-z-140.zip
Download the program and run it - CPU-Z will show you some details about your processor and motherboard model. Post your motherboard model and brand and we can help you further.