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No display I bought an asus m2ngreen board and checked all the connections and checked a geforce and an ati video card but i still get no display. What is the solution?

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Re: No display

Can you get any video when booting to safe mode
(aka VGA mode) If so Have you installed the latest drivers from ATI and Nvidia for those specific video cards? Is there an on-board video card for this MB??? that could have conflicting IRQ's when installing the new cards? if so I would disable the on board in the bios. also what kind of card is it.. PCI, PCI express, AGP... You may want to lokk in the bios to make sure that port is enabled for display on boot and that it is set correctly for your type of card interface. Also .. LOL this monitor works right? I need more details from you, this should be fairly easy to resolve tho. Can you see it POST? then when it loads Windows/Linux.. whatever os you are useing the monitor goes black?if thats the case the vidoe resolution is set too high for the current monitor and you will need to boot to safe mode to resolve it. Or it could be a Hardware "ghosting" issue where the card is not displayed in device manager but the system still thinks its there.. so when you remove the card to try to reinstall nothing changes.

Provide more details so I can troubleshoot this better..



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These things happen, hang in there!
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