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Installation of When I fit card I get blank monitor screen. Is there a conflict with onboard graphics?The motherboard is HP MS-6575 v3.1Peter Wiggins

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Check and see if the graphics card requires an additional power connector. If that is not the problem see if there is a setting in the bios where you can tell the computer where to look for the video adapter first. You should change it to AGP or PCI-E rather than on board video.

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