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L7vmm mb. display went out. Monitor works on

L7vmm mb. display went out. Monitor works on another machine. L7vmm3 powers up; just no display. wanted to put a agp card in, but can't see the cmos/bios. Help

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Dear User. to plug in the AGP card you dont need to check or see the CMOS. if u have pluged an AGP card and problem still persist then the problem is at *********** side or in RAM. just plug out RAM and other hardware except Processor and cables of switches. the switch on it and if it gives beep then your motherboard and processor is OK. there would be problem in your RAM so change RAM. and if it dont give the beep at startup then the problem is in your motherboard or power supply.

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