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Tried working monitor, adding video card but still no video
Check your memory. Memory is one absolute sign for no video. Also check the pins on the video plug to make sure none are bent or broken. You must make sure the pc is turned off when doing these things. And make sure your video card is seated all the way down. No gold showing outside of the pci slot. Also you can try another pci slot. Sometimes they fail. You can also try plugging your pc and monitor into another wall outlet. Believe it or not it is not uncommon that one wall socket will put out more power than another. I've seen it 1/2 doz. times myself in older houses.
If none of these suggestions work & you don't mind letting me know I could give a few more in depth possiblities to try.
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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