I`ve got a problem with motherboard on vga card slot it is many different voltage so my notebook didnt work properly, it`s no power. so if you can help me that will be wonderfull. maybe you`ve got a circuit diagram or schematic ???
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You should be able to select "auto" in the bios settings, Restart and hold down the delete button, most machines will get you in this way. from there you should be able to see the card and set it up, do this prior to putting in the card, the slot is more than likelly turned off if there was no card in there. If this doesn't solve it, you will need to give more specific info. like make and model number of both the card and board
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As i can see your motherboard does not have an internal VGA card. Is your monitor working ?Try another monitor.If problem still exists, remove your VGA card and place it again fimly to a PCIex slot. (see manual).If problem still exists try another PCIex slot.If problem still exists get a working PCIex VGA card and replace yours.
may be the video card is not properly inserted. or there may be dust inside the slot where u insert the card, remove the card & blow the dust away by blower then clean slot by old tooth brush. reinsert card & boot the pc. also check if vga cable properly connected.
To isolate, put your video card to the other pcie slot then see if it works. Try also to enable the video output of your motherboard either thru HDMI, DVI-D or vga since it is a H57 mobo to check if the motherboard is working properly and will output video ( not using your video card ) . Also reseat your RAMs ( remove and put it back again). If your video card does not work on the 2nd pcie slot after reseating your RAMs then the problem is with your video card and not your motherboard.
just make sure you have connected it properly and then connect the monitor wire to pci card ..thats it ..it has to work if it didnt work remove the battery in the motherboard and put it back again after 20 seconds..
check your RAM and your VGA card (if any). If the ram is not recognized by the motherboard, there is be no display at all. Also the VGA card.
So, remove the ram, clean the ram slot on your motherboard s there might be dust on it, check your VGA card if it is well fixed. Also check your VGA cord, is might be damaged, Check the pin on the cord to be sure its intact.
Do general troubleshooting your the motherboard and there should be a difference. But if there is not difference, then I think its high time you got another motherboard.
Lastly, test all the components of the motherboard with another motherboard in other to know precisely where the problem is coming from.
Be more patient with the motherboard and you will definitely get a solution.
hi this sounds like you may have bought the wrong type of graphics card for your motherboard, depending on the age of your motherboard they have changed over from AGP to PCI-e or even ePCI-e now if you have a slot that looks just like a PCI expansion slot at the top on its own away from the other ones, this will indicate a PCI-e or ePCI-e slot, if you have a brown slot at the top of the other ones this will be a AGP slot, just in case you have the right card, for the right slot, there is a locking clip at the end of the AGP slot that you have to pull to one side to put it in check to see if this is the case, then just do that.........hope this helps
Check the Motherboard to make sure that the jumpers on the motherboard are not set to disable the slot. Try the card in a different pc. Try a diffrent card in the same slot. That should tell you if it is 1.motherboard 2.slot 4.or card...... Good luck, hope this helps, James. PLEASE VOTE 4 THUMBS UP 4 ME!!!!!!
Do you mean your motherboard should detect the graphics card that you connect to agp slot? If so first you need to do some settings in the BIOS. The settings may be different in different motherboards and BIOS. Some of the common settings will be like VGA Priority->In this case select AGP slot as your first device and so on. In some case you will get an option like 'Shared VGA memory' In this case set shared memory to zero. All these settings should be done before connecting the card to the slot then switch off the system connect the card and you are good to go.
I may help you a lot better if I get some information on your BIOS or motherboard.
reseat the video card in the slot. then use the cmos reset jumper on the motherboard (when the power is off). if this doesn't fix the issue, then the card may not be compatible with the agp or pci-e slot that is on your motherboard. If this doesn't work (I am assuming your motherboard also has a default (onboard) vga out port - then go into the bios and set the primary display device to be the agp or pci-e slot.
if the specs say 4 then it should be 4, however you can plug an 8x in there and it will work, (as they are backward compatible)
the only thing you have to concern yourself with is the slot bars in the slot, and that they match any slots on the card you are going to insert..
If you look in your AGP slot there may be a partition in the slot...
on most newer slots there is no partition in the slot (denotes voltage) If you look on the VGA cards there is most likely TWO slots, which means that the card will fit into ANY AGP slot.. if there is only ONE slot on the Graphics card it is Voltage dependant and must match the partition on the slot (unless there isn't one)