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I pluged my monitor in it worked fine but today its showing no signal monitor still works but my card isnt giving a signal

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Throw your card out of your pc if you dont have the warranty and buy a new one

its over...................

Posted on Mar 03, 2009

  • venkatesh babu
    venkatesh babu Mar 03, 2009

    your card is over just throw it out if you dont have the warranty

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