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Computer moth erboard

Wheb i was on my computer there is no display in the monitor and i cheked my in the shop he said there is everything is correct in ur computer but motherboard is not properly working so plz solve my problem

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    my not display in BOOT Configuration. error occur on (ENTER F12 BOOT FROM THE NETWORK). i not insert in harddisk only check the mother board

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Try getting a new motherboard or adding a graphics card to your existing one. Those are your only options really if you motherboard is bad. Sorry

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