Posted 21 July 2008 - 06:21 PM
If you've got a spare video card laying around, you can try that. That'll let you "test" the onboard video by substitution.
If the add-on video card works, then the onboard video is dead. Depending on the cause, it could just be the video that's dead, or there could be other damage to the mobo. In general I recommend to customers that they try it out for a while to see if it does anything funny before investing in another motherboard.
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