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Yes, a bad video card could prevent the computer from starting at all. Your monitor is going into power save mode because the computer isn't sending a video signal. This could be due to many things, power supply, memory, video card, processor. Try blowing all the dust from it and reseating all the components.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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