Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
If you have a built-in video adapter, that is, installed on the mother board, you will be having no way to fix it, but in the hands of the computer aided soldering machine that can remove it and solder it back, or in the hands of a young technician whose hand is not shaking, just buy new one and insert it to the spare slot that the mother board provide you with expansion. But make sure to remember this, select with the two slot, PCI or AGP. PCI is automatically installed, and AGP, before you can make it work, you need to install the driver and enable both slots on your CMOS setting.
Posted on Nov 03, 2014
Hi! In your case, if you already check all the connections, the problem is in the display card adapter pls check your VIDEO card if its properly inserted, if it does. Then you have a defective video card. GOOD LUCK thanks
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