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Does this motherboard have an onboard display/VGA

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Have a look at the rear of the motherboard, if it has a Blue d-sub VGA port , then yes it does.
You dont say what model you have, so it is impossible to say for your board.
If you google your model number +specs, you will get the specifications for that board

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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SOURCE: vga display problem

There is one pin/wire on the VGA connector that translates to the color red on your screen. If you aren't seeing any red, I would suspect that there is damage to the integrated VGA connector on the motherboard, or a component failure in the circuit.

These are great desktop boards.

The Video bus on these boards are shared between the integrated (onboard) video card and port and the AGP slot. This means that you can only use one or the other. When you install an AGP card in the slot it overrides the integrated video including your problem.

If you are good with electronics I'd take a look at the board under the scope and look for damage.

I would rist check with intel on the warranty. You may be surprised. I've had several of these replaced via RMA through intel. They are a bit older but still by desktop board of choice.

Posted on May 21, 2008

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SOURCE: vga

try to connect PC speaker and listen his sounds for diagnostics

  1. one short - system is good
  2. one long, three short - poor video card
  3. three ore more long - poor memory RAM module.

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The leds are open?

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