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I install a used ati radeon agp 9700 pro on a used abit a17 mobo w/ no vga on board.the card cooling fan is spinning,but no display on monitor,it goes on standby,monitor is good
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Hi Rafael83,

There may be afew things that may be wrong. One, the video card may be bad, two the motherboard may be bad, or three your power supply may not have enough wattage to power your video card. Or it coud be all of the above.

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Agent Xiong

Posted on May 01, 2008

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