Question about ASUS P5S800-VM Motherboard
Which graphics are you currently using?
If you are using an AGP graphics card in the AGP slot try replacing it.
Make sure your monitor is not the problem. Test on another system.
If you are using the motherboards built in AGP graphices you can try resetting the bios. See page 1-21 section 1.9 in your manual. After which you will need to reset all settings within the bios. See page 2-20, section 2.4.3 Set bios, Primary graphics adapter.
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Windows 7 supports high definition graphics. So according to your problem first make sure your monitor is not too old model which does not support high definition graphics output.
check also your system even mother board graphics support.
set the graphics of your display from display properties in 1024:768 pixels or above. Use updated player which support HD video for your videos. If arise this problem for some of your graphical work or videos the check their system requirement. You may need a display card.
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