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No display on LCD

Hi, i dont have display on my lcd, the lcd does work, i tested it on my laptop and its fine. I have reset CMOS and checked for faulty RAM on my board, but still dont get disaply on lcd. The m-board makes the normal boot up noises when u startup, but my lcd doesnt display, it says no signal input! please assist.

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Hi toffie!
you probably have it connected it to your onboard vga, please have it check at the back if you have a video card connected separately, and if you have it means that you need to disconnect it on the onboard and connect it to your video card.

have it check and let me know.

allen

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