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Bios Flash Monitor not turning on

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HI.
I have an ASROCK P4VT8 Motherboard. I was having some trouble installing windows (Blue screen during install). I removed all devices attached to motherboard adn still getting same problem. Decided to flash the bios with the latest version. Got the bios from the support site (http://www.asrock.com/support/download.asp?Model=p4vt8)
Flahed the bios, It siad it was succesfull and to reboot. I did this. Now the monitor is not turning. Im not sure if the motherboard is posting to the bios. I did a CMOS reset with the jumpers but obviously this did nothing.
The coputer turns on. Access hard drive, access CD rom. But no monitor. I am thinking the flash did not go all that well.
What can I do now? Is the motherboard useless. Do i need to buy a new bios and remove the old one?

Thank you.
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that is why i only recommend a bios flash as latest option; if it goes bad, you have a dead mobo.
See if these can help, or contact ASUS for a new bios chip, if you can remove it :
http://www.recoverybios.com/                              replace bios
http://www.badflash.com/                                        "          "
http://bioschips.nlan.org/                                    bad bios chip
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