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I have an emachine and no signal is going to the monitor. I changed out the monitor and it did not help. It appears as though the video card is incorporated into the mother board......Any fixes possible?

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You can add a PCI video card and do a work-around.
You may be able to improve the resolution by this as well.

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Yes you can add a video card to see if the rest of the computer works. You just need to see if you need a PCI, AGP, or other card. Once you find out, maybe someone can lend you a spare to try.

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I can't get out of safe mode but when given the chance my e machine monitor shuts down and the power light blinks blue. Is it the monitor? I am trying to fix a virus problem but can't get into the system! HELP!!!

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