Question about Intel Motherboard
Check the cmos batter or clear the cmos setting
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Was one of the tips on the HP site to unplug your Video Card?
The power supply might be having trouble pumping enough power into the card.
After you take out the card and get it to POST, go into the BIOS and turn on the onboard graphics and see if you can get it back to the OS screen.
If that doesnt work post again and ill try to help you further.
Posted on Nov 29, 2007
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