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No video feed/signal

No video signal at all when i turn on my computer. tried putting in new video card yet still nothing comes on. i have an IBM REV:1.5 49P1605 intel pentium 4 2ghz/512/400/1,525.

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    Souvatt Souvannavong Jul 07, 2009

    tried 4 different power supply already, yet still no signal. but thanks 4 suggestion. also tried resetting CMOS BIOS and nothing. chipset looks good not fried, i'm thinking its one of the jumper setting. not sure. anyone else might know how to solve this?

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I would try upgrading your power supply

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