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Won't boot up

I added a mem board to my D945GTP motherboard and now when I turn on the computer it tells me there is no signal to the monitor. Exchanged monitor and plugs to try again but same results. Been told the motherboard went out. Is this my problem? mmmmmmpm

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And that situation plenty of problems may occur. it must the memory card, video card or the processor. but i think the problem of yours is the video card. try to insert the wire correctly from the monitor to the computer, the video card to the mother and if its not then try insert the memory aswell. ive got the same problem just like yours lately but i already configure it out and i found out that the problem was in the video card. i hope that helps you!

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