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Video Issues After Removing GPU

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Munki, Jul 28, 2012.

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  1. Munki

    Munki

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    I am having a strange issue with my motherboard/video out. I removed my 7970 and then manually reset CMOS (Jumpers on board) no luck. I used the CMOS reset button on the rear IO panel. No luck. I finally removed the battery for ~15 hours (I had to go overnight). Put the battery back in and tried to boot it up and still no on board video. Am I forgetting something, or maybe i've gone crazy...ideas?

    Motherboard error - d6

    See system specs.

    -Munki
     
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    Change the primary adapter setting in bios ? :)banghead:eek:bvious)
     
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    Seems like 2550k doesn't have integrated video.
     
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    Kinda hard when you don't have any video (OBVIOUSLY)
     
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    Your right. I forgot about that.
     

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