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Monitor wont power up after comp initial boot?

Hi there Briefly, my Monitor wont power up after the compts initial boot? Have tried the computer on three different monitors and the same applies. Can't see anything to be able to check bios etc. Any ideas are gratefully accepted. Thanks heaps Greg

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Hi.....
you will face this kind of display problem if the video adapter IC(integrated circuit ) is dead or if it is getting over heated in the short time in the motherboard ...

you just have to do is you must replace that video adapter IC ...

just contact the motherboard technician and get that IC replaced ...

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