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Asrock 775 vmb Motherboard

I got a computer with this motherboard but it won't start. The computer turns on, the fans work, but nothing is displayed in the screen. Help please. Rubdar

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Sorry randar, I need more information about the board. You can look here at Asrock's link.
http://www.asrock.com/support/download.asp?c=775
This pade shows all their Socket 775's.
Now you understand why I asked for more info!

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YOUR VIDEO CARD MIGHT NOT BE PROPERLY INSTALLED...TRY ANOTHER MONITOR...IF NO LUCK, YOUR VIDEO CARD IS EITHER BURNT OR NOT WORKING.

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