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I cannot get my computer to recognize my dvi monitor

My system is new no os or anything it turns on and everything but it does not recognize my monitor so I never even see boot screens or bios.
how can I install an os without a vga and no adapter?

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  • Jim Thurston May 11, 2010

    I had a simular problem recently. What MOBO and video card are you using??

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That is very weired, chose another type of conection with you videocard and monitor ex: hdmi cable if you have a hdmi output.
If not check the options of your monitor slow down the frequency to 60hz. I advise you to get another smal tft monitor from one of your friends to test may be thers a problem with your video card.

Hope this help

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