Posted 29 April 2007 - 08:54 AM
Checking hardware is just switching components. If you try 2 monitors and only one works - then it's likely that the monitor is the problem. If neither work, then it's likely that the video card is the problem.
The same thing with the video card - if another doesn't work, then the problem is likely to be deeper inside of your system (BTW - don't forget to disable the onboard video when trying another card)>
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