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Video problems I just purchased this motherboard and everything is hooked up right and I am not getting any video and the keyboard and mouse is not working at all.

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I just purchased VIA KM266 motherboard and everything is hooked up right and I am not getting any video driver for Windows Vista so it not working at all.

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