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Installing a video card

Computer will not recognize new video card and when old display graphics are disabled screen will not work at all

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  • lydto2000 Nov 14, 2008

    I tried not disabling the graphics card, but when I put the new graphics card in, the monitor will not work at all and if I try to install the drivers without the card installed, it says "setup was unable to find components that could be installed on your computer.


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First, do not disable the display graphics..then you have to install the driver or software of your vidoe card to be able to recognize by your system. then you restart . see if this will work..


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