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Intel mother board problem


Intel mother Board is not detecting the monitor connected to it!
I have tried with 3 to 4 monitors but still problem persists
Please let me know the customer care number

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Do you have a AGP/PCI Video Car you can put into the corresponding slot? This will determine if the video on your motherboard is not working. Test the monitor with the installed video card.

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