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If trying onboard display (connecting the monitor to the mobo back panel) still not having any display could be a serious problem.[br]problem.
If trying onboard display (connecting the monitor to the mobo back panel) still not having any display could be a serious problem.[br]problem.
 
Try clearing CMOS and try onboard VGA again. If it's still not displaying, it could be that the motherboard or monitor died.
 
Or check out these [https://www.lifewire.com/fix-computer-that-turns-on-but-displays-nothing-2624443|methods] to see if they are helpful.

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If trying onboard display (connecting the monitor to the mobo back panel) still not having any display could be a serious problem.[br]

Try clearing CMOS and try onboard VGA again. If it's still not displaying, it could be that the motherboard or monitor died.

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