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Monitor wont display anything - Unknown computer problem


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adamshore

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Monitor wont display anything - Unknown computer problem

i have tested the ... graphics card, power supply, ram what now?


:S :):(
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Monitor wont display anything - Unknown computer problem

i have tested the ... graphics card, power supply, ram what now?


:S :):(


What about monitor?
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What about monitor?


Lol yes i have checked that too
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Is your graphics card an expansion card, that is a PCI?
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Is your graphics card an expansion card, that is a PCI?


AGP

ixtreme 6060
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Since you have no display and cannot disable the driver via the device manager, have you tried, shutting down, removing the card, connecting the monitor cable to the on board graphic interface then powering up?
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Since you have no display and cannot disable the driver via the device manager, have you tried, shutting down, removing the card, connecting the monitor cable to the on board graphic interface then powering up?


i dont have a onboard graphics interface but i definitely know that it is not the graphics card because i tested it in another computer and i also tested it in a different slot. :/
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The motherboard on your computer doesn't have a graphics interface connection?
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The motherboard on your computer doesn't have a graphics interface connection?


to be totally honest i don't know what that means.....

it doesn't have a integrated graphics card if that's what you are asking....

the model of the comptuer is ...

packard bell ixtreme 6060
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