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Eax300le-a334c rev1.01 no signal

I have a eax300le pci-e put in in and it runs for through windows start up but then says no signal. Is there a fix for this thanks kevin

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  • Anonymous Jun 26, 2008

    Had the same problem. The GPU on the card overheated which caused the problem. Replaced the card and everything was fine.

  • halfordlee Jan 02, 2009

    I have a eax300le pci-e put in in and it runs for through windows start up but then says no signal. Is there a fix for this thanks MICHAEL

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Try downloading the ATI Radeon x300 series driver if you haven't done so already

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