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When I start my pc, no image is displayed on the monitor; not even the motherboard screen. I checked my ram, hard disk, mouse, keyboard as well. All r working properly except the motherboard. I have an ASUS P5RD1-VM motherboard, intel pentium 4 processor, 512 DDR RAM, SAMSUNG 80 GB Harddisk.

Please suggest me a solution.

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Dear! If monitor showes power but not showes display its means that monitor requires heat and it very better if you can give sun-rays. I assure your monitor will work if you do that for 4 hours. Check your monitor sepreatly with another system or computer if it works that means your VGA card not supported so you should change your VGA card but first check your monitor.
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