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Windows 7: Is a display device needed for Win 7?

05 Aug 2012   #11
GRoston

Windows 7 x64 Pro
 
 

All,

The follow-up I promised: With the graphics card in, current draw was 0.78 amps. With the graphics card out, current draw was 0.56 amps. I set the BIOS to ignore all errors, and I did hear a 'nasty' beep during POST. The machine seems to be running fine.


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