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Greetings to all the experts,currently i'm facing a problem on my monitor,it can't show anything during booting,this bugged me as i can't look into BIOS setting,this is the video i've captured.

part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnjkIe3QZYY

part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSWMZ3jyc4A

I really need help in fixing this problem,thanks for spending time reading my question

**I'm using an analog VGA monitor

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I noticed you selected cd/dvd for the boot device? What DVD are you booting from? Does it do this for all boot devices? –  Moab Apr 18 '11 at 1:23
    
Windows installation CD , i can't see anything when it is loading vital file for the installation to be carry out,but not after it shows the blue GUI screen where windows started to install.For windows 7 installation CD,because it is fully GUI,that is why my monitor could display it –  caramel1995 Apr 18 '11 at 1:30
    
Did you try a different boot CD/DVD, or another W7 DVD? Maybe its defective –  Moab Apr 18 '11 at 2:14
    
It's not the CD/DVD problem,i can tell you is if i don't boot any cd too it'll be like that during booting,can't even show the boot setting screen,even if i change to other pc on this monitor,it is still the same –  caramel1995 Apr 18 '11 at 4:16
    
Check the user manual for that monitor, see if it has a factory reset method. –  Moab Apr 18 '11 at 14:18

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It's doubtful that the monitor is your problem as it works once the OS is loaded and the PC should only direct low res graphics to it before the drivers are loaded. Therefore, I think you should be looking at the graphics card. Edit your original post with answers to my questions in the comments above. There are some test programmes available which could help depending on your hardware.

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