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Asus p5gd-1vm motherboard no picture on display

Asus p5gd-1vm motherboard when the pc turn on about 5 minutes,the monitor display suddenly no signal. Try to press the number lock button to On or OFF the number lock LED, but no function. Turn off PC and turn on PC again, monitor have a picture now, but no picture after afew minute. Could you help me solve the problems ? Thanks !!
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In that case start system in safe mode after start safe mode please delet vga drive and then reinstalled it then after its worked.

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