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My advent pc keeps showing no signal when trying to load windows xp home replaced graphics card and psu

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    JDTec May 20, 2011

    Does the unit power up? Are you saying that there isn't anything on the monitor? Have you reseated the memory and cleared CMOS?

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HI,
Ones you install graphics card then the display connection with motherboard will not work.

1. Remove the display connection for your monitor from motherboard.
2. And connect it in Graphics card display port.

Hope it will help you.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Posted on May 20, 2011

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