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Powering up, but no video display

I've recently purchased this mother board and a brand new video card. Problem is, even when connecting to the video card, nothing shows up on my screen. I'm almost sure it has something to do with me pulling out the Cmos pin on accident. Any suggestions?

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Re: powering up, but no video display

U back cmo pin on 1 2 only 23 resets it wont boot do u have onbord video out port use thatto see in bios then change it to pci express or agp whetevr uuse to boot off 1st in inet disply ok

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