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Vga I purchased a asus p4s8x mb I've installed everything but when i turn on the system the monitor displays No vga signal. I've checked the conections and everything is ok. Can anyone tell me what the problem. The grafic card worked on the same mb but in a diferent case and now that i've changed the case is not working any more. The red led wich indicates if the grafic card is not good is off. so....????

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  • msrdanny Sep 11, 2007

    the mb has only one agp slot so...
    I was thinking that maybe i have to clear the cmos or god knows some jumpers

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    no vga coming

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Try to clean contacts of the graphic card and the mems with a pencil eraser,reseat it again and check if it is properly inserted or seated in the slot...

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I would try switching slots on the MB. I'd hate to think a new MB has bad slots, but I've seen it happen. You might also want to try the card in another computer that you know is working. If it works there, then you've got an MB problem, if it doesn't then I'd say the video is bad. Bea

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  • Anonymous Sep 11, 2007

    Clearing the BIOS might help, pull the battery out and leave it for a while if you can't get a display to see what you're doing. I know I've run into boards that had the AGP slot disabled. Go figure!

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