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No display i have pc with usb mouse and keyboard which ae not being detected and also i am not getting any display at all to see what fault there is. checked the cables, ram, and processor, everything seems to be working fine but i am still not getting any display. what more can i do?

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  • pvishrut Jul 10, 2008

    the graphics is onboard so i can't really change vga card

  • Shaehype Jan 24, 2009

    I have a Gateway 17' monitor that looses power ..then as soon as it is plugged out for -20-30 seconds it regains power...then it displays a VGA message, How do i solve this?

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Replace the vga card

Posted on Jul 10, 2008

  • Darwish Al-helo
    Darwish Al-helo Jul 15, 2008

    so add other one on pci or agp port

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