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Re: no video on start up

Do you use add on VGA card or main board built it.

If you use add on card u need to set it in the bios using the built in VGA b4 u can use add on card.

However if you use built in VGA; try to fixed well the processor and then the memory. If the system beeps during start the memory is not fixed well or it is damage.

Posted on Jan 08, 2008

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