Question about Computers & Internet
When you upgraded your video card, did you also make sure that you were not going over the limit of availible power from your power supply. Once in a while a computer will either tell you that you cant use the computer because it doesnt meet requirements or it just will boot up then shut down immediatly Also, make sure that all drivers are current for both motherboard and video card. I find it best to have both installed before physically installing a new video card.
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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