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No video Hi I have a HP with this motherboard with all disconnected except for main board I turn it on the fans both work, the keyboard lights up but I get no video. I placed a new video card in the video pci slot on the board and still nothing the monitor show no picture what so ever as if the board lost the Bios. with the memory pulled I have no beeping from the sound so it isn't the memory but it will run on and on as if there was nothing wrong. Check the battery on the board and that was good I figure it is either the board or the chip

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If there is problem in bios then you can recover bios by changing the jumper to recovery mode ..
for this you can refer to your motherboard manual ...


due to this you might not getting the video ....
or there may be some problem in the cable of the monitor or pin ...
or the video card might not have placed correctly remove it & reinsert it & then try..

if you still persist the same problem then the IC might have gone which will be near the PCI slot ...
so you just have to contact the motherboard technician & get the IC replaced ...


any doubts you can reply me
i am always here to assist you
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