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PNY 7130 630i VGA port doesn't work

I bought barebone system that came with PNY motherboard. I put up the system and powered-up but not VGA output. PNY documentation is very vague. Does this motherboard require video card ?

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If it has a vga connector on the motherboard, it does not need a secondary video card.  If the vga doesn't work and you have no display at all, not even on boot up, then you have a bad motherboard.

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