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Motherboard not showing display to the monitor, it works properly but having display problem

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If it worked before, maybe the cable is plugged out.
also if you have onboard display and seperate card try the other one.
if you can see something during bootup, then it means your resolution/refresh rate is too high for the monitor. you need to boot up in windows safe mode (press F8) and change resolution to the lowest and reboot. hope this helps.

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