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Ntel SE7520BD2 Motherboard

It was working fine for 5-6 months after suddenly stoped. I don't see any VIDEO at all. It always showing SYSTEM FAULT light ON(At backside and on front panel).I have XION dual on this. SC5300LX chasis. Kingston Memories (1gbx4). I checked with Intel support, I did all -checked without Memory -checked with one Memory module on A1 slot -checked with single Processor -Checked removing all external cards/Floppy/DVD/HDDs/FANS. And strange thing is one of my friend (He is an idiot I agree now) told me that Mother board is faulty, I HAVE NEW MOTHERBOARD (A 700 Euro I spent again)and see my luck it has a same problem !!!!! Now some one can tell me WHERE is the problem ? Pls dnt tell me to check with other SERVER -I DON'T HAVE IT. Please GUIDE-GUIDE-GUIDE. Batman

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First of all are you using AGP or Pci video card, or is this intergrated?

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