Question about Insignia D300a PC Desktop
I have an Insignia D300a Desktop comp. While using the comp. my monitor stopped working and flashes no signal on the screen, I switched the monitor with one I know is working and same thing, tried turning off comp. and restarting no luck. Could this be the video card? If so can I replace the video card with a non intergrated card even though the original is intergrated into the motherboard?
Yes. it is almost positively the video card.
you can get a PCI video card and install that in an open slot.
if you don't need to play games, you don't need a fancy one, just a basic card.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
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