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When i turn my pc on it tells me in a blue box no signal but the pc keeps running but i cant see anything i bought a new graphics it still doesn't work i bought a new monitor still doesn't work

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The No Signal thing is your monitor saying it doesn't have anything from the PC to display; the PC has nothing to do with that.  Try refitting the card to the PC to make sure it's in there right, and if your PC boots then you should see something (especially if your cables are all plugged in right and your monitor is paying attention to the interface the PC is on, not some other source it could be fed (e.g. SVHS, composite, DVI-D...)

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