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VGA/MOTHERBOARD I have a problem with booting my computer. When booting up everything appears to run H/D fans ect but I have no VGA signal. It supports the MSI PM8M3 VH M/Board. I have done most of the usual checks like taking out the memory and replacing it and unplugging just about everything and reconnecting it but still no VGA signal. It has on board graphics, could this be the problem... thanks

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Yep. try disable on board card (if there is a setting) and use external video card.

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