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Blinking Light Hi There, I've just installed a USB 2 PCI card. I've restarted my system but the monitor is not displaying anything and the front green light is flashing. I've reconnected the cables several times and nothing has changed. I tried hooking up the monitor to my laptop and it works fine. Any suggestions?

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    Ajemy Rashid May 11, 2010

    what do you mean by install a usb 2 pci card.?

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Or try to remove the card. Restart it back. If your system goes fine. It indicate that the card was not properly inserted or defected.

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