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Foxconn 925xe motherboard

I just built a new computer with a foxconn 925xe motherboard. i used a ati radeon pci express video card. when i turn the system on, my monitor does not turn on. the light on the monitor stays orange. can you please assist me fix this problem?

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Re: foxconn 925xe motherboard

I have the same problem. How ever I have another pcie MB and the video card is good. The Foxconn pcie slot is bad. I bought everything from and they don't have any more boards. 

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Re: foxconn 925xe motherboard

First check wheather power cable is join correcly at the monitor
then check video card placed correcly in agp card
or see the monitor cable join correctly at pc

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