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Video I just wanted to tell you I learned somthing today and it made me feel so dumb. I took out the video card and pluged it to the onboard, then booted it up and WOW it worked.Then all I had to do was go to dell and download, and BAM it cleared up the picture. Many thanks to you for your great knowlage and wizdom..Royboy

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2009

    Hello I have a similar prob. I can't adjust the color or any of the setting on display. I don't have ethernet tht is working or sound system. Do you have an idea. The first dell gx 260 the motherboard was damaged ,but by the time I got it checked the 30 days ran out .

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You figured it out yourself and therefore are not dumb... Many people overlook the fact that a secondary video card has been installed. As an experienced tech, I have stumbled over the same issue many times but this problem is quickly rectified when the back panel is examined in detail, and TWO video outputs are discovered. So glad you were able to solve the problem. :-)

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