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NO VEDIO THE MONITOR IS BLACK

THE MONITOR WILL NOT START

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  • esginme207 Aug 22, 2008

    have a emachine mother board L7vmm2 no monotir display at all .

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Check if the cable is connected properly from the video card, IF still the same problem, unplug/replug the video card from its slot ten try it again...

Hope that helps.........

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