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Do you have a built-in vga port on your desktop as well as a video card with a VGA slot? Make sure you are plugging it into the correct one. If there are two you will need to specify in the BIOS to disable the built-in VGA port or use the other one.
Also, if you only have one and the vga port is on a video card, turn off and unplug power to the computer then make sure the video card is fully seated in the correct slot.
Do you here a sequence of beeps? If your computer is beeping, your motherboard manual includes a list of "BEEP codes" that indicate what problem your motherboard is reporting which could be memory, cpu or video related.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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