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Display adapter fail i use a default monitor it only works 640x480 8 bit when nvidia geforge go 7600 is enabled

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Looks like you have become a victim to the Video Burnout plaguing this series of notebook, I had the same issue, when Toshiba replaced the board it worked for about 3 more months then quit again. (this time outside the warranty) I'm looking for another working board to replace mine with. Good luck! it is cheaper at this point to replace the puter.

Posted on Feb 15, 2010

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You need to enter your motherboards bios. As the system starts up press the Delete key every two seconds. Hopefully you'll have video doing this. If you do not have video display. You'll have to remove the new video card for a short while. Again enter your bios. Still have your manual? If not click the link & download it here. http://www.foxconnchannel.com/EN-US/support/downloads.aspx?ProductModel=865G7MC-ES&TypeID=en-gb0000001
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Leave the side case off untill your sure the 7600 is running correctly.
Get to know your board alittle. Read the manual a wee bit.
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