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No monitor Installed new Gforce graphics card (hp-pavillion),after hours with tec. support, and deleting on board driver, lasted one day, then lost monitor(lg) stays in power saving mode, tec. suggested power suplly , installed new 450w still same no monitor HELP?????

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  • flynntrades Oct 19, 2008

    Thanks, tried that earlier, all are good, I'm having a hard time with deleting the on board driver, questioned it during tech. support, but it seemed to work, for a day!! now what, I've pulled the bat. still nothing I'm wondering if I should locate an xp recovery(since wasn't supplied) would that do the Job????

  • flynntrades Oct 22, 2008

    Thank you, but I can't even get into bios, I have try the F8 upon start up, even try hp's F1, wait 5sec. F5 F8 to save, still can't get monitor. I have given up, and sent the tower in for repair thank you all for the support.

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If you have been fiddling around with the vga cord, you might have bent one of the pins, or problably dislodged the vga card. Try taking it off and back on. Sometimes is as simple as that.

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  • velut_umbra Oct 21, 2008

    There must be an option in BIOS to enable/disable the onboard vga.

    Once disabled, boot in safe mode and uninstall the gforce software. Reboot and wait for it to recognize the new hardware. Cancel the automatic instalation, and use the driver cd that came with the gforce.

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