like I said, hopefully its not intergrated. if its not, just pop out the video card inspect it and the slot and reinsert it. also, I think it has a built in chipset. Its possible that if you have a built in chipset but decided on a different vid card and put one or had one put in, you will have 2 vid outputs. check in the back and make sure. if you have onboard, but installed a different vid card and pluged the monitor into the onboard ingrated one, well then you wont get anthing because its been disabled due to another card in the AGP slot.
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