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Monitor display "No Signal" tried with other Monitors but not working either.....can i use a video card??

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    mybradley7 Jul 19, 2010

    are you using a lcd?

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You can use a video card. It is possible that your motherboard is fried which is preventing the video output from working. You can try using another video card and see if that works.

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