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Motherboard will not display video!

Just put together a new barebones kit and when I power it up, the green light on the MOBO comes on and the fans start to spin but I don't get anything on the monitor. I have checked the VGA cable and it is good. Not sure what to try next.

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Remove everything except for video card and memory cd hard drive etc give it a try
if it shows boot screen you have problems in something you disconnected retry one at a time
if not try different video card

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