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When the server turn on the monitor couldn't display anything

My friend has given the server to me several days before. The server has not been used for long time, when it turn on, the monitor can't display anything and there is an orange light blinking.
I need your second opinion/suggestion for this problem.

thank you for your attention&suggestion.

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There could be several issues causing the problem. I am presuming the blinking orange light is on the monitor which usually indicates there is no video signal. So, the first thing I would do is re-seat the video card if it has one. The second thing would check would be the CMOS battery, verify that there is over 3.0v. After that if neither of these two things has fixed the issue more information would be required. What make is the motherboard, what is the processor, etc.

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