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DISPLAY Problem no display

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Does the board have a built in video card or a separate one you supplied?

    if it's a seperate one, try a different one. If it's an onboard one, try plugging one in the AGP or PCI slot and see if you get a display then. If you do, it means the mainboard's video is bad.

    P.S.- If the video card is part of the motherboard (embedded) you will probably have to clear the CMOS just so the BIOS knows to look at the onboard and then to the add-on card.

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Your video is integrated into the board. First check that the problem is not your monitor by hooking up another. Borrowing one if possible. Double check the video cable is connected securely at both ends, monitor & at the board. Your board does not support APG but you do have a PCIE slot. As a last choice you'll have to try a PCIE video card. If you finally do get video with a PCIE you'll need to enter your bios and change the video settings to PCIE. Your board is warranted for three years. You can call Asus IL eastern time US at. 1-812-282-2787, listen to the automated options this will connect you with tech support. Write down the boards S/N typed on a white sticker on the serial port. Tech will want this.
These things happen, hang in there!
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