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I unplugged my system when I moved and when I turned it back on I get a power light but it appears to not go thru a post routined and I do not get video. My monitor says no signal. I installeds a new video card but to no avail a8n-vm csm rev1.10gc Asus motherboard

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Let it go thru the post routine -- then force power down -- press power button the it should post and run

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