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I have just installed a Gigabyte MB into a new system. Everything powers up but I get no video signal. Do these motherboards requires a video card?

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  • efhoil Sep 27, 2009

    GA-MA785GPM-UD2H

  • efhoil Sep 27, 2009

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  • efhoil Sep 27, 2009

    How do you know you fried it? Or do you just assume you did?

  • Raul Wilfredo Mesias
    Raul Wilfredo Mesias May 11, 2010

    model of the Mobo please?

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If it has a video plugin (VGA, or DVI) then no, unless it is fried.
If it doesn't, yes you do.

Posted on Sep 27, 2009

  • Sean Blundy Sep 30, 2009

    well does it include the slots that i asked for?

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