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PCI-E Slot Not Detecting the Video card.

I bought a brand new Video card, The EVGA Geforce 8400 GS, and followed the Installm Instructions. When I put the CD for the driver into the CD drive, I got the error that the Hardware wasnt detected. The fan on the Video card is spinning.

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  • Brotherbrat Sep 21, 2008

    I downloaded the Driver From EVGA.com/support and Still the same error, Im going to get a different video card. I think its just because it Requires a 350W PSU and I only have a 300W.

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It maybe a problem with the installation cd. You can either go back to the seller and ask the appropriate installation cd or you can just download the driver through the net.

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