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IBM ( Old ) NETVISTA DESKTOP PC No display

The system worked fine , i rebooted and there is no display on the monitor .
The CPU Fan is spinning , There is a Orange / Red Light on the M/B but there is Northing on the Screen .
- Removed Memory and tried Different DIMM - No Go .
- Re-seated the CPU - No Go
- Removed the M/B Battery - No Go
- Reseated Jumper to factory setup - No Go

How Do i Fix this ????

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Hi there, try to remove the video card and put it back again, turn it on and try to hear beeping sound or see if it is ok. if still same problem, identify if your monitor works or not and proceed to the system unit, may be the main board is mulfunctioning. do some test. ty

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