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How can i remove nvidia card on mother board

I want to change my graphic card hardware, how can i remove the card from the mother board. its not working anymore, everytime i install the driver for the hardware the pc goes blue screen of death..

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    Maximos Prime Feb 14, 2012

    im using tecra m5 toshiba sir.

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Hi there,
Well its quit easy you just need to open your CPU there are 2 screw (depending upon your cabinet brand and model). now you can see the motherboard and the nvidia card inserted on the motherboard PCI slot. now you remove 2 more screw which holds PCI cards (display card, network card etc.). Now you can pull your nvidia card from the PCI slot.Here i am attaching a video to help you on this -
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Post further comments if you need more information on this.Good Luck!!

Posted on Feb 13, 2012

  • Maximos Prime
    Maximos Prime Feb 14, 2012

    my unit is a toshiba tecra m5 sir,

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its a driver problem, my bud had the same probs with a older nVidia but gives same BSOD msg. just up date the drivers or reinstall them. http://www.nvidia.com/object/winxp_186.08_beta.html all picked out for ya just C&P it. oh and after downloading new drivers uninstall the old drivers in the add/remove, restart and turn off the found new hardware wiz then install new drivers and restart again. sad to say that the BSOD was only hapaning cuz my buds card was dieing. hope that yours lives =D

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If I were you I'd try to insert another geaphics card in the mobo, if it does detect that one the graphics card is broken, if it doesn't try updating bios.
If that doesn't help either, the mobo has failed.

You can try to contact the manufacturer of the broken art, see if they have any tips, but I guess broken is broken.

Sorry,
Yannick.

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