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Graphic Card Old graphic card went out, plugged in new graphic card(NVIDIA 6200 0C), but still no signal. The mother board is a 143159 Imperial_GV 20030812. Trying to find the manual.

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    Did you make sure that the monitor was good?
    The board might be bad. Are any of the fans turning when you start it up? What kind of system is this?


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Jumper settings for old graphic needs to be disabled or in the bios settings the on board vga settings need to be disabled this will allow the other new card to be ran as the dominent only video card

jumper settings are tricky
but bios settings are easy just find vga and disable on board video thats it save and boot

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