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Open up your case and make sure your video card is seated properly in its slot. If it is in there okay, then try taking out non-essential cards to see if there is a conflict. If nothing else you do works, try a different card as the one you have may be shot.

Also, post a list of the hardware you have installed.
 

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ok i have a sound card(pci), a network card(pci) , a modem(pci) connected to the motherboard. i tried another graphic card and it works perfectly.

thx for replying fox, ur the best
 

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Glad you got it resolved :)
 
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