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No video the thing will start & run.what happen is the video card is smoked.i only have pci video card.not getting any video.its a good card.what can i do to so i can find out what is wrong .before getting new card.or could the board be bad .just starting to build it.have good power supply, harddrive, memory ,amd athlon 64 ,please help.I no a little.but dont no **** about this board.

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Get an old, inexpensive working graphics card from an obsolete PC and test your board with that (a pci one). If the problem persists it's almost sure it's a motherboard problem you will solve only with replacement. Try also removing BIOS battery to restore BIOS default settings. Unplug your system, locate the botton-shaped battery on your motherboard, remove it, wait atleast 15 seconds, put battery back in place and plug in your system's power.

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New motherboard GA-p67x-ud3-b3 no video on boot


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I installed my video card and put it in the pci slot and plugged in the vga cable but when i reboot the computer and start it the computer runs but the screen goes blank (has worked in the past)


there is a good chance your video card (GPU) burned out i would try another card and see if the same thing happen so ud know if the motherboard slot has an issue or the card is the problem...
u can simply try a different slot also.

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Graphics card randomly stops working.does not shutdown computer but locks it up with monitor saying no picture is being sent to monitor. keep having to hard restart comp because of this ,does not alow for...


did u have this video card for long? did u do all your most recent video driver update? is your windows up to date with its patch ? what OS are you using?

one thing u could try is remove the video card from its socket check if the metalic contacts that goes into the pci slot is clean reinsert it if clean and try to restart your system if it still does the same thing.. it might seem simple but it might work ive seen this problem before and sometimes solved the issue that way....

it could be also just the fact that your GPU is overheating and it freeze your system due to that...
if its the case make sure your case has a good ventilation inside so fans are a must. one for air intake one for taking it out.

good luck

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GT 5228, GATEWAY


What happened is your video card has burned out. If you are still using the video connection that is on your motherboard then what you need to do is go out and buy a new video card that will go into your pci slot inside your computer and then you'll connect your monitor to the new video card and your picture will be back up in no time.

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The first thing you should do is remove the video card and try to boot the PC using the onboard video (video on the Motherboard) and see if that solves the problem. If it does, try putting the video card back in in a DIFFERENT PCI slot and try it again. Sometimes Windows loses its marbles about cards inserted into PCI slots. My nieces eMachine loses its marbles over the Wireless LAN card about once a year, so I just move it to a different slot (swap it with the phone modem card). If that makes it flaky again, try updating the video card drivers. If it doesn't help, your video card is shot.

If it isn't the video card, try taking out one memory chip at a time and booting with the first one in. If that doesn't do it, swap the memory chip with the other one and try booting it again. If needed, replace bad chips....

After that, it is probably the power supply or the MB itself. Swap out the power supply first. If it is not the power supply, then it is probably the MB, and you are SOL.

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Hi bigguy1967, the motherboard does have an 8x AGP slot.
Universal AGP v3.5 Compliant and Support 1.5V AGP Interface Only. Here is a link to a couple AGP 8x cards.
This is 1.5v compliant:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=1892411&CatId=318

& this is too:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4297004&CatId=318

Good luck bigguy1967!
Mike

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If a wire touched the side of the video card and there was a spark then that wire shorted something out. The video card is likely bad now and it is also possible that there was damage to the motherboard. If the motherboard still work then a working PCI video card or AGP video card would work. If there is damage to the motherboard from the short then it is possible that the PCI slots as well as the AGP slot will not work but there is no way to tell if that is the case without testing the electronics on the motherboard or plugging in a working video card to see if it works.

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If your power light is on and no long beeps from your computer then is your intergrated video chip is bad. Your system board dosnt support agp or pci-e video cards. You will have to settle for a pci video card here is a good computer store to purchase one. http://www.mwave.com/mwave/Deepsearchdd.hmx?%CustURLState%

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Problem with installation of Chaintech FX5200 P-FX20 256MB PCI


You got the names wrong, there is no PCI version of the FX5200, therefore it is AGP or PCI Express only.(doubt the later) Now asuming you havent forced the card into the wrong slot, take the modem out. Check in the BIOS at bootup if the machine has an onboard graphics card, disable that or set to boot the AGP or PCIXpress. Then manual IRQ settings. Set those to AUTO. There is a rule to PCI cards (really doubt yours is) to ALWAYS put a graphics card into the 1st PCI port on the board, most boards have labels, manual has it for sure. It will aslo say if and which pci port shares its IRQ (interrupt request) with what device on the mainboard - that conflict causes some strange things to happen later in windows... Then boot to safe mode. If it boots, check device manager for duplicate devices. delete every duplicate and reboot. Most likely it is just windows going nutz, unless there was some PCI / AGP, force insertion magic or you forgot to unplugg the power cord and the mainboard was live and had suffered some damage while changing the cards... More details would help, hope this will be of any use m8. Good luck!

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