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Installed first start up no video output on pny 8500gt's

I have just installed the motherboard and all components including 2 pny 8500gt's i tried to boot up the computer for the first time and got no video output have tried using a pci graphics card which did not work either have tried using just 1 card both no hgelp at all any ideas ??????

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  • theshwag Apr 08, 2008

    yeah I am having the same problem no post just the black screen OD i am running

    9500 quad

    dual msi 8800 gts

    ocz 800 4 gigs (2 2gig sticks)

    1100 watt power supply

    seagate barracuda 250 gig sata

    dual asus dvd burners sata



    is now currently driving me insane any help would be great thanks

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Try unplugging all other devices like HD's, CD's, DVD's etc.. and see if you get video. If not, then it could be a cpu problem, memory problem, or even a bad mother bd. Also, if there are jumpers on the board, make certain they are correct.

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