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No display i have a msi 645e max-u board the problem is no display. in try to change the video card and memory but nothing happens.can you give assistance

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You can reset the Bios by removing the battery for a few seconds, then reinstall it the same way.

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To clarify, find your manufacturers website and find out where the jumpers on your motherboard are for resetting your bios and the configuration in which you must set it in order to reset your bios.

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You reset the bios.

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