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No display motherboard problem

Hello sir, i m keen interested in repairing the mobo myself. I've several different chipsets' mobos having the 'no display' problem. I tried to trace the signal on pci slot, there is reset and clock signal but no data signals. Please.. please guide me in solving the problems i have.
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What type of signal card u r using for pci slot give me the details of u r card or call me on 9845565071

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If that's the case then I would try booting into the BIOS setup and reseting it first. If that does not work then I would reboot into the BIOS again and see if there is something there you need to enable for the AGP port to function.

If all this fails then you most likely have a bad motherboard. It's probably not worth the money to consider having it repaired, and I doubt you'd find anyone who's even interested trying.

Good luck.

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