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No video I have a intel d845pt motherboard I have put in 2 known good video cards and i do not get any video it just put the monitor to sleep.

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    Dean Gammon Sr. Aug 15, 2008

    I have a P4VMM2 motherboard,/w/ Austin model:DR-B300ATX power supply.

    When I turn on my computer (after several attemtps) I get no video.

    My computer comes on then right back off(after several attempts,it does stay on).Don't know why?

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Connect your monitor cable to the graphics card output.

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