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My poweredge 830 powers on but no signal to monitor

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Step 1:

First open look on the back off your pc and see if you have an onboard video card (closer to the power supply and pointed up and down or one much lower down towards the last two-thirds off the case....

Step 2:

If you have an onboard I would think it's toast but if you have a seperate video card swap it out for another one and if that don't work I would guess it's your motherboard.....

Posted on Apr 05, 2013

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