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Biostar 7200GS monitor stays blank at bootup

Hi Monitor stays blank (power led stays red) when pc is booted up with the card attached to mboard. When it is removed, the pc starts up just fine. the card has been used in this pc for a couple of years now, and now this problem. updated the bios, restored factory settings, no change as yet.

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Check for dust between the PCIe pins, as this might be causing the computer to stop the boot process in order to "protect" your computer from damage.

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