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No display without video card

What I am trying to say is that the monitor can't pick up on anything when the video card is removed. Shouldn't the video chipset on the motherboard work or do I have to do something extra?
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  1. Is your onboard graphics enabled in the BIOS?
  2. Your BIOS will be currently accepting signals from your PCI-E port. You'll have to switch that to onboard graphics.
  3. Normally the BIOS should detect during POST that the PEG device is missing and drop back to the integrated graphics. That said it might not if the BIOS has been told to initialize the PEG device only.

    You may need to go into the BIOS to find this option and set it to Auto or IGFX or something like that. If that's not an option you can always reset the CMOS via the jumper. Look in your motherboard manual on how this is done

    Now if it never had a graphics card to begin with, that is a totally different kettle of fish.
  4. It's obvious that it had a graphics card and it's been removed.
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    I would try the CMOS reset. It will set everything back to default. Hopefully this will set Boot Init Graphics back to default.
  6. Alright. Thanks everyone. It's working now.
  7. Help_me_please said:
    Alright. Thanks everyone. It's working now.


    What got it working for you?
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