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Absolutely No video

I have had it with this motherboard, I have checked and rechecked all of the onboard jumper settings. All connectors are properly inserted. I have switched memory twice (DDR2/533MHz, i Gig. My memory modules and video card are inserted properly, yet, there is no video on my monitor. What is the problem with this supposedly good MB? HELP! modsec1

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  • modsec1 Sep 05, 2007

    I would love to try disabling the onboard video in BIOS, but like I've mentioned, there is no video nor POST (that I can tell).



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Did you use a p4 connector? I had the same issue. Had to connect to the p4 Video slot. If your power supply doesn't have one you can get an adapter for about $3.00

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Have you disabled Onboard Video in BIOS if you have it?

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