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Turn computer on but get no picture

Tried 2 plug in anew video card but still no picture. can hear the hard drive loading but monitor wouldnt turn on

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Please, go to the bios without inserting the video card and in the pci/plug device there is an option : initial display u can choose as AGP for the first display. then u can save and exit. after restarting the system u can turn off and insert the agp card and connect to the monitor. this will solve ur problem

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