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How do I know if the problem I am experiencing is my graphics card?

Symptoms:
1) I have a no brand tower computer that is 6 - 7 years old. This afternoon during bootup we were not getting any display on the computer.

2) My monitor says it is working correctly, Check cables & computer.
Cables are OK.

3) I plugged the monitor into my laptop and monitor displays perfectly.

In advance, thanks!

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