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Monitor no Desplay

I have this problem that my monitor will no longer displaying, I tried my best solution to resolved this problem but I always be failed, I removed the memory, I checked the video card, but the problem is always the same, I restart my computer but it?s the same result, It is possible that my IDE cable is the problem? Can you help to fix my problem? Thank you and more power!!!!!!

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Reset the bios jumper settings,jumper it to 2 and 3 terminal, or do the erasing of memory card.

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

  • monskie Dec 07, 2007

    reset the bios jumper settings, jumper it to 2 and 3 terminal after 3 minutes back to its original jumper settings, or remove the memory and memory connector ny erasing it with an eraser.



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