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The monitor display is all jumbled up; each text line is split

When I boot up the PC, all of the lines of text are split in half and offset to where I cannot read the screen. I thought about adding a graphics board but if I can't read the screen, how would I be able to add any drivers? Sending the board out for diagnosis and repair would cost more than buying another board, but I'm kind of stubborn about throwing away good parts on an otherwise operational board.

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Try putting a video card in it. The screen is most likely garbled because the onboard card is not working correctly.

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