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Motherboard when i start the power the small light in the board is open and the CPU pan is running but ther is no any boot is appear in my monitor..........can u give me a solution please sir .........the video card that i put is work in other board.....please...sir!!!!

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Your problem is your hard drive. not your video card. use your windows installation disk and boot from it. then when your first set of options pop up press r to repair your hard drive.

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