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New vid card on pavilion a350n wont work

The monitor wont turn on, i disabled the old one but still nothing

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The new card is not compatible with your system then. Have you tried all the video output ports?

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If you are certian the pc is powered on, check the video card and any new card that has been added to the pc. If you have a video card installed, remove all other cards and retry your boot. If you still have no video, replace the card. If the video connection is on the board and you and have added a new video card, use the "old" connection to open your operating system and configure the video setting to use the new card and change connection.
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I assume by power is good you mean when you press the power button on the pc it spins up.

1) unplug all the components such as hard drive, floppy and USB from the motherboard.
(so you should only have the VGA, monitor and motherboard with RAM and CPU.) turn it on and see if you get a screen. if you don't there is possibly a problem with the motherboard.

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Hello courtney_bea,

There is an article at the forums11.itrc.hp.com site titled "HP a350n not powering up". The person submitting the post learns, with the help of forum members, that his problem was a bad power supply unit. If you read this article, it may give you an idea or two about the HP a350n problem you mention: http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/bizsupport/questionanswer.do?admit=109447626+1249164903176+28353475&threadId=1262287

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