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I need help

I just install d845hv motherboard it try to start up but it stop the moniter dose not turn on.i know the moniter is good can any one help



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Make sure the video card is good and also that it is seated in the slot properly. You may need to actually remove it from the slot and push it all the way back in to reseat the card to make sure it is in all the way.

Posted on Jun 11, 2007

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    Kevin Shafer Jun 12, 2007

    You marked it irrelevant; how about some more information then? If the monitor is good and it is not getting video, it is the video card. Either the video card is not installed correctly or the video card is bad (or onboard video).



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