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I have a P5LD2 motherboard and everything was going well, until it start to do horizontals lines on the monitor. I tried to stop the computer by the power switch, but it did not stop. I had to stop the computer at the rear. I have change the video card for a new; same problem, I have change the PCU for a new one; same problem. I have change the power supply, same problem. Everything run, but there is no signal at the monitor and no usual sound at start. What can I do next, change the motherboard, at this stage, I'll have a new computer. thanks for help

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If you are using an AGP Graphics Card, try a PCI VGA card. Maybe you have a faulty AGP adapter.
Assuming of course you know for sure that the Monitor and VGA cable are good.

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