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I have no image anymore on the screen. There is `No Video Output`on the screen. I changed the battery for the Bios, but still no go.

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Try replacing your graphics card with a known good one to see if that is the problem, also check your screen is ok by running it on a known good PC.

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click Idendify,& number 1 should appear on your screen
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You should be able to save the settings for a dual output or set output to individually operate either or.....

I hope this helps your situation,

Please rate me or if you need more help just ask thanks

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