It does sound like the onboard video died... Do you have a card that will go ion it to try?
Can you switch the primary GPU in the BIOS to a card vs onboard?
The short answer to your question is: No, I don't have a video card for this particular computer.
One of the main problems with this computer is that it does not have a 16X PCIe slot and the system resources is not enough to take care of the independent video card.
I have two extra video cards but they both use PCIe 16x interface so none of them will work on this computer.
Once upon a time, I bought a 512 mb video card with PCI (Not PCIe) interface specifically for this computer. It worked initially. However, after a power outage, the video card does not work anymore. For this incident, I tried to refresh the CMOS by taking out the battery and putting it back. I think I messed up the CMOS a little bit by doing this because afterwards I had to press F1 every time I started the system.
Luckily, I don't use this computer much in the past couple of years but I still would like to save it if I can because it is nice to leave this computer running day and night due to the fact that it was designed as a server and equipped with an Intel Xeon processor.