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Still No Video!

I've done exactly what you've told me to do, but the PC is still running with no video, and my motherboard light is still red. I have a SIS 6326 Video Card, 333 DDR SDRAM, and an Intel Celeron CPU.

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Hi
clear your bios.
clean your sis 6326 vga card.

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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