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Wont find monitor

Hello i have just joined up and have a problem with my ga-7vrxp motherboard. when i turn my computer on it doesn't find the monitor and i get just a black screen. i have got 256 of ram at the moment in it and have also got a 128 meg g-force graphics card but still no joy, please help if you have any ideas as to the problem, many many thanks dieselwolfie

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Did this happen suddenly, or have you installed any new hardware? Try a different monitor. If you have new hardware, remove it. Your onboard video could have gone out, try a pci video card. Remove all pci cards and try booting. Try a different RAM module if available. If none of these seem to work, your cpu or more likely your motherboard is failing.

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    So did this fix your problem? what did you do?



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