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No output to monitor,graphics cards work,new psu, new ram, all lights come on and fans turn. the mobo is a winfast nf4sk8aa graphics - nvidia 6600gt x2 cpu - amd 4000+ ram - corsair 1gb 3200 value select hdd - maxtor 200gb

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  • vimes Mar 14, 2008

    already checked graphics cards, seated properly and they work on my other machine, but thanks anyway.

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Unplug power
re-seat video card
plug power - turn on all
windows comes up - else try another video card.
control panel under video uninstall then reinstall video driver
repair video programs or install video program

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