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Video on pci-e not working

I hear pc working but no video , changed monitor, pciexpress video card but still no video i have k9nu msi , please help

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First try to start in 'safe mode' can yoiu see it "POST"?

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did you hear any beep sound, when you try to switch ON the computer..?

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If you are using the on-board (integrated video), S3 Graphics Chrome9 HC Integrated Graphics core. Than check you're video cable, video cable connection. Try another monitor. If all check out ok than the MSI integrated video is defective. Suggest you install a PCI-E video card.
If you are using a PCI-E card, try removing it. Clean the copper contacts using a cotton swab & alcohol. (Let it dry) Than reseat the PCI-E card.
Try booting again.

Good Luck!

Mike

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