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Computer card does not give video

I cleaned the memory, I changed the battery, the hard disk, the source. I left the machine but it does not have a screen output, I connect the cable and the cable goes without signal on the screen. Any help or suggestion will be very helpful.

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Kindly check if you put back the memory in the right place, but if it still doesn't work, try to get an eraser, use it to clean the teeth of the memory, but if it still not working, try to replace your memory..

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