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Graphics card problem

I have foxconn n15235 motherboard..can i use GeForce 9600 GT graphics card on it.i already got it and installed it but its not working.my present graphics card is nvidia geforce 7300LE. please help me

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  • ravlovb Nov 21, 2008

    firstly thank you very much for reply.please excuse me for asking silly question as i have very very little knowledge of hardware.the 6 pin power supply ... do i have to puchase it seperatley because i didnt find any such cable when i opened my CPU.thank you so much

  • ravlovb Nov 22, 2008

    Thank you so much for your guidance...its all fixed now.I connected the six pin power cable to the graphics card and its working.you rock...thanks again

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I have the 9600 GT - great card. You have to plug a 6 pin power supply directly into card (on the right hand side when it's installed), it can go AGP or PCI express, but PCI is better. Also NVidia released a new driver for it yesterday (nov 20th) which fixed some bugs in mine (dreamscene WAS a problem for the old drivers), so get that from the Nvidia site- support tab (driver is version 180.48). Also, if the card is allowing you OS to boot it should be fine (if no boot, you prob need to get newer mobo). Uninstall your old drivers, run a reg cleaner, driver cleaner, manually delete c:\nvidia, non-windows defrag and chdsk.....If thats no help to you then I suggest you directly ask beni-muer or world-vet, they are absolutely 1000 more times knowledgable than me when it comes to these probs.. GOOD LUCK.

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  • findads Nov 21, 2008

    Sorry, I wasnt too clear.... run reg clean etc, THEN install new drivers...

  • findads Nov 21, 2008

    Did you find the plug on the right side of your GPU (GPU is graphics card)? Take note of the size and shape of it and look at the cables coming from your power supply... there should be one there, and there are no others similar. (the box in the top left of your case is the power suply- all power cables come from there) I would be surprised if you dont have one spare. If you still cant find it maybe you could get an adapter cable....but first things first. OH! I called it a 6-pin supply... but in fact I'm pretty sure its female (it has holes, not pins. It is fairly small and chunky (it is almost square in shape with 2 rows of 3 holes.) I'll see if I can find a link to a picture of one for you.....

  • findads Nov 21, 2008

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/ShowImage....



    See the middle cable with the white connectors? the one at top is what your looking for on one of the leads coming out of your power supply (PSU)..... you will also have this sp;itter cable in your GPU box... you DONT want to use it but it will let you see exactly what your looking for...... If you still cant find it, then you can plug a normal molex power lead (same as what powers your HDD or cd/DVD drives), plug it into the splitter cable shown in the link above, then you have the 12v or 6 pin plug you need for your GPU power. Its a REALLY good idea not to use the second molex to power anything else because you really dont want to drain any power away from your GPU.... but in saying that the 9600 GT is really good for power consumption so if the need absolutely arises in the future you can try it, but you would be better off getting a molex splitter and splitting off something you dont use constantly (maybe DVD drive)... anyway, im carrying on now so GOOD LUCK and let me know how you go.



    PS: ALWAYS REMOVE THE POWER LEAD FROM BACK OF CASE BEFORE GOING IN THERE, AND GROUND YOURSELF BEFORE PUTTING HANDS IN (I GROUND BY GRABBING A TAP OR TOUCHING A BARE METAL PART OF THE CASE) ALSO BE AWARE OF WHERE YOUR PUTTING YOUR HANDS BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING IN THERE, NEVER TOUCH AND ON BOARD CHIPS, AND BASICALLY TRY NOT TO TOUCH ANYTHING YOU DONT NEED TO! (BETTER TO BE SAFE THAN CAUSE YOURSELF FRUSTRATION)

  • findads Nov 21, 2008

    Hmm, just tested link... the pic I want you to see is the next one after the one that loads.... (see the thumbnails on top left of page?)

  • findads Nov 22, 2008

    Cool, I dont think theres a better card out rhan the 9600 at the moment. Ive tested all the new games set at the highest graphics settings and none of them have even hicupped! just remember if you run into trouble with drivers to get rid of ALL old NVidia drivers, run the cleaners I mentioned and fresh install the newest drivers. (but if it runs fine now don't bother). ENJOY! Believe me when I say I've been through all the frustration of having to learn whats what inside that tin box, and this site has been the best thing since sliced bread when you need to troubleshoot, so its a pleasure for me to be able to help someone! ADS

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