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No video installed video card and worked ok . now its gone south???

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You might try removing video card clean contacts and reinstall see if this helps.

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On board video is a problem when it goes south. Probably easiest solution would be to install a video card in an open slot and move on. Have done this in the past and kept old box running for a while. VGA video cards can be found for cheap, depending on what you want for display and speed.
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Have you tried removing the new video card? Try that first.
The fact that your keyboard doesn't light most likely means that either your power supply is being pulled down by the video card or is now gone. Was your power supply rated high enough wattage for your computer with the new video card? If the video card was higher-end then it's possible that it killed the supply.
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What operating system do you have? If it is vista or 7 and you just put in new updates, that might be a problem. If you installed a new game or hooked up a new piece of hardware also.
For some unknown reason, V and7 have vidoe issues. Check if there is a new driver for your video card installed or there is a new update for it. Just go to microsoft update and check recent doownloads. Also go to your manufacturer and check for updates.
If there was something new installed, (hardware) go to your control panel and uninstall the software for it.
Check your connections on the display, and setting on the monitor itself.
Other than that, eihter the video card or the monitor might have gone south, and in that case, buy a new one.
If you have an old monitor kicking around, hook that up first. Thats the easyist wayto the root of the problem .
Remember, to always restart your comp everytime you change any software, either installing or uninstalling somthing.
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If you have already gone into the BIOS settings and made sure it is set to power up with your internal video card then simply try installing a new card in the PCI slot. When booting with a new card (or known good used card) you should get an image on your monitor that will prove your system is ok and you just needed a video card. If that works your onboard Chip was bad. Before you start any of these checks go into your BIOS settings and set up the default settings just in case since there are setting related to amount of shared memory for onboard video that could stop you from getting any picture at all.

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You provided very little information, so I'll try to answer:
I assume you turned on the comptuer and it seems to be working-you didn't say.
I assume it used to display something-you didn't say.
Hook it up to an external monitor. Can you see something? If so, one of two things are wrong: Your LCD screen has gone bad OR you need to hit the Fn/Special function key combo that moves the display from your LCD to an external monitor.
If none of these solves the problem, then your video card has gone south on you.

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There are a couple things that you need to look at. The first is your power supply. I've had computers seeming to run fine with no video. Turned out to be bad power supplies.
Does your video card require a power connection? Many high-end video cards need an external power connection. If the card has a power connection, use it.
Have you gone in and checked the cmos settings? What does it say (if anything) for the default video?
Now remove all connections to drives (hard drive and CD and try for video. Try it.
Next, if possible, swap out memory.
After you've tried everything (including maybe burning incense), time to try a new motherboard.

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Check the motherboard user guide for how to reset to default factory settings. If the BIOS is set to work with the on-board only and the on-board VGA is dead the motherboard is supose to detect that and switch to AGP. If is not doing that chances are not only the on-board VGA controller is gone ... the motherboard is gone too.
Try with a PCI video card.

1.Reboot with the AGP or PCI video card installed - assuming the on-board is gone but the motherborad still OK.
2. Press DELETE key
is supose to go in BIOS settings menu.
Browse and Look for on board VGA adapter ENABLE/DISABLE setting or something similar.

(My bet ? You need a new motherboard.)

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If both speakers AND headphones aren't working and nothing is muted, it sounds (no pun intended) like your sound card has gone south. Have you checked in Device Manager to see if it's still listed? Right click My Computer>Properties>Hardware>Device Manager. Check under Sound, Video and Game Controllers to see if it's there. If so, right click and choose Update Drivers just in case it somehow got wiped out. That would be the easy fix and I hope it's not your card!
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Download and install Nokia Map loader and reload the map that you need back to the memory card.

http://www.nokia.co.uk/A4630257

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