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No Display on screen?

Here is my problem, I have installed this AX45-V motherboard and there is no output from the video card. I think that I have everything set up properly, everything is running and all of the lights along with the fans are on. The processor is fine, the processor works on another pc. Even though you can not see the POST there seems to one long beep now, but it runs continuously, but you have to wait about 3-5 minutes to hear it, I am running AWARD BIOS, although when I look it up is just says that it could be a video problem, I have used the card in another computer, and I have used diffent cards in this computer, and the compound on the processor is fine. p.s. This is a follow up on my earlier question "No Display On Screen"

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Try using the "RESET" jumper

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