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Please help me to solve no display evga 680i sli (- -)error code

No display (-- error code) appear on the board

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evga 680i sli
core 2 quad q8200
1gbx2 corsair dominator
video card geforce 7800gtx 256mb 2x

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Hi im josh in cebu phils.may i help you? friend try my solution ; Problem: Your Monitor Works, but Displays an Error Message Before Windows Loads If you see an error message, you at least know that video signals are getting to your monitor. Look for these common messages:
Bad or missing FILENAME In this message, the FILENAME refers to your video card's device driver file. Make sure that the driver has been copied to your hard disk and selected properly within Windows.
NUMBERxx This type of message (such as 24xx) indicates that you have a defective video card or a problem on the motherboard, or that you are trying to display in a mode that your system can't display. Check all the switch settings on your card and motherboard, and if the problem persists, see a repair technician. try to use that, good luck hope i helped you.

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