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No ON BOARD video on 1st power up

This one really stumps me, I have no video using the onboard adapter, I don't have access to another vid card

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  • buldon1 Sep 27, 2008

    Hi,

    I have install xP Prof and install all driver. But I am getting gurbeld image. I am using Mtek MICROTEK 38F1 CRT 15" Monitor. How to solve this????



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I had this same problem. After troubleshooting each component, it came down the my processor (e7200) wasn't compatible with the default BIOS on the board. I had to put in a different processor (d940) and flash the bios and now finally I have video with the e7200 processor.

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The bios needs updated on the board to support the latest Intel processors.

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If you cannot get any video on your onboard adapter, you will
have to get an alternate video adapter.

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Sorry to say, but I just can't understand youre grammar. Maybe you need to put some marks on your sentences such as comma to specify thought.

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