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MP915-X Video Output

Hello, I do not have a 945-X but the 915-X looks just like it. I seem to have a problem with my video card. When I plug it into a monitor and boot it up, the light turns on, I hear the fan spin, but I cannot get video on the monitor. Furthermore, whenever I try to insert a disk into the machine, it does not accept it. Can anyone help me? I hear the HDD spinning, and everything seems to check out.

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Check out this link and see if it might be something that may be part of the problem and possibly a fix. - http://usa.aopen.com/userdownload_List.aspx?RecNo=10334&Model=MP915-X

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