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Card not recognized

I have seated and reseated the card three times, but it is still not recognized by Windows. When I run the Driver Installation CD and attempt to install the drivers, I receive the message:
the graphics adapter installed in the system is not compatible with the current set of drivers

What should I do? Uninstall something? There are no other video drivers installed other than the legacy VGA that run the motherboard video.

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Hi jtreed,

You may have a DOA graphics card ( dead on arrival ) contact the shop you got your card from and request a RMA.


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