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No VGA signal on AOpen EPC945-m8

When starting AOpen EPC945- up goes fine until windows logo appear - then VGA signal goes dead???

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From your description, it sounds like once Windows starts it's switching to a video mode your monitor doesn't support. Try starting in safe mode or in vga mode, then check your desktop settings. Set the monitor resolution for 800X600 or 1024X768 at 60Hz refresh and restart. All recent monitors will support those rates, so you'll be able to get back to Windows.

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