My existing Configuration: Monitor: BENQ FP71E+ LCD Motherboard: ASUS M2N-E Green non sli (1 and half year old) Display mode: DVI/VGA Graphic Card: 7600GT
I was using above configuration for last one and half years. But one month back there was no display on booting the computer. It seems computer is booting up but I am not able to see any thing.
I have changed my graphic card to NEW 9600 GT but still no display. I have also tried different pair of RAMs 512*2 DDR2 but I am getting no display. My monitor is perfect, runs in DVI mode with another motherboard.
I have also done the barebone motherboard testing with another SMPS/RAM and CRT Monitor (vga mode) but still no display on the screen.
I was using above configuration for last one and half years. But one
month back there was no display on booting the computer. It seems
computer is booting up but I am not able to see any thing.
have changed my graphic card to NEW 9600 GT but still no display. I
have also tried different pair of RAMs 512*2 DDR2 but I am getting no
display. My monitor is perfect, runs in DVI mode with another
I have also done the barebone motherboard testing
with another SMPS/RAM and CRT Monitor (vga mode) but still no display
on the screen.
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Your SLI drivers as you mentioned were installed when your chipset drivers were installed. (NVIDIA nForce CK804 Chipset Driver). If you use 1 PCI-E graphics card the bios will need to be adjusted to [Auto]. Using 2 PCI-E graphics cards you must install the EZ selector card correctly. See page 4-20 section 4.4 Adjust; SLI Configuration. Than see section 4.4.6 in your manual Open the Asus link below if you need drivers for your M2N-E SLI; http://www.asus.com/Search.aspx?SearchKey=M2N-E%20SLI This may seem a bit tricky but its not. First time around the bios settings using SLI graphics cards will appears tough but you'll get it. Cheers! Mike
Repeat the procedures you learned , the exact same procedures apply to all situations
With certan motherboards you may still not see any video output
Which may mean an incompatability with the motherboard or defect
My advice is to plug in a CRT to the primary video port as a first step to getting video
Primary video port can also be the onboard video
Once you've got video you can begin the process of shutting down the onboard video and inserting
your new video card , with some motherboards if the person adds a new agp video card the system will automaticaly shut down the onboard video and use the new agp video card
BEFORE adding a new AGP video card
Don't forget to install ALL of your Microsoft Windows Critical Updates and Service Packs
because they will contain information and files that some computers require in order to function
properly with Nvidia Graphics Cards
That is especialy true of the FIC nforce2 motherboard.
For getting display, you must have four components, 1. CPU (alongwith cooling fan) 2. Motherboard 3. RAM & of course 4. Power Supply (SMPS) They must be connected properly and after attaching power supply unit you must ensure that a 24pin connector as well as a separate 4pin connector are connected to the Motherboard. If the display doesn't come, the trouble may be with any of the four devices connected together. for advanced trouble shooting, please elaborate exactly when and how the problem has been generated. If the problem arised at the stage of initial assembly of the components, please check the components individually, if possible, replacing with another prouct of the same type. If the problem arised on a running machine, please remove the RAMs from the slot, wipe the connectors of the RAM with a softe clean cloth and re-attach. If possible, you may wish to clean the RAM-slots on the board with a vacuum cleaner. In most cases, cleaning the RAMs do the needful. Please try & reply.
After a brief check of motherboard specs, what I see is, the 7600GT card will run at 16x in the 16x slot, but if you have TWO SLI cards they both run at 8X.
Unless there is a public outcry concerning this, I'd suspect the info you have is a bit off.
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