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Wont send anything to screen

It sounds like everything is booting up fine i think maybe the mobo is bad because i tried a new video card and nothing changed i also checked current vc with my comp and works fine.. Can anyone help me do i need a new mobo or is there a quick fix? again it boots up but nothing comes on the screen. Thanks tons!

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Re: Wont send anything to screen

You tried two different video cards and you still don't have any video. But everything else works fine. Have you tried the video cards in other slots? Take out all the other cards, like modem card, etc. If you have two memory chips, take one out. Now try it. If none of this works It maybe the monitor. Make sure it has power to it.

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