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Monitor appears no signal, monitor tested and ok, hard drive ok...i think mother board is the problem...i don't want to buy a new one... accdg to some the mother board is already phaseout...how about my memory ddr 400 and processor is a core 2 duo...it is still in good condition...any latest asus mother board comptble with core 2 duo and memory ddr400 (3)

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An alternative is to install a video card in the AGP slot, you may need to disable the on-board video in the BIOS.

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