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Need help installing video card in new emachine


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Nope.. not it..  You may have to open the case again and look for anything written on the mobo itself..

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i've sloved my problem.
All I had to do was move the monitor plug and attach it to my video card on the back. Gosh I feel dumb.

Thank you all for helping with me though, I really appreciate it!! :tazz:
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What was it connected to to begin with??

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What was it connected to to begin with??

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somewhere above...near where the printer is plugged in. I guess it has it's own input plug since the video card was already installed in the motherboard.
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Yea he had it in the onboard video and not the card
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