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I just connected my desktop and when i turn on the monitor it says "VGA NO SIGNAL"

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There seems to be a conflict between the integrated graphics chipset and the new graphics card.If there is power and only no signal then it gotta be with the VGA. Are you using a onboard VGA or External? (VGA/Graphic card) Try checking the VGA cable running from the CRT to the back of the System its a thick black/blue cable. Restart/Reboot your system whether it's functioning or not? If not you may need to disable the integrated graphics chipset in the BIOS.
If it's not working than you better go to service centre "Customer care".
Good Luck Thanks.

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