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Old 30th March 2007, 05:31 AM
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Need help with ASUS M2NPV-VM motherboard

Well, this one is a bit unusual. As you may know, this fine motherboard comes with PCIe video set as default in BIOS. So I've put together my box this evening, hooked up my DVI monitor to its onboard DVI port and there's nothing on there. I don't have a graphics card to resolve this, either.

The only solution that comes to mind is to ask someone (PLEASE!) to reboot their M2NPV-VM based box, enter the BIOS and record the sequence of keystrokes I need to repeat to get things switched over to onboard video.

If you have this mobo, could you please help me out?
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