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I put in my video card (it is a geforce 9500 gt) and computer would not boot up. The monitor received no signal. Then I removed the card and my comp worked fine.I use a blue cord and have a fairly old moniter. I have a drivers disk bit without the video card in it wont install

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Their is issue with *********** board which is not supporting the your video card.

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