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My NetVista 6578 has no video output even upon booting so I can't even tell what's working? It used to be on a network, now I'm trying to use it as a single user machine. Is there a switch setting to enable the video output or is it something more serious?

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Sound like a card or ram chip,

pull out the ram first and see if you get the video to work with no ram instaled,,

if it works but beep many times the ram is bad,

Also try this with all the cards, hard drives and cd/flopy drives,

keep the video card pluged in,

If it dont come on after all this and you keped the video card in when testing. then its a bad video card,,

If the pc is shows no life then its the power supply, motherboard or on/off button

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