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You can solve this by installing a video card. It will most likely be PCI-express but if it is older it may take AGP or regular PCI. Then connect the monitor to the newly installed card
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Make sure that you have the latest drivers from the manufacturer of your new video card.
Remove the video drivers for the current video card. Check the Start menu for any Remove utilities specifically for the current video card.
3 Remove the current video card in the Device Manager. Now you're ready to install the new video card.
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