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Foxcon motherboard a7vmx after installation will not work with monitor

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Hi im josh in cebu phils.friend if your pc wont display after the installation. the problem is centered on your video hardware. try to install the driver of your video hardware.or go to the bios setup menu then system performance down agp aperture increase the number if your using agp video cards it will help you. good luck

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