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Inno3d 8400gs 512MB nvidia graphic card isnn't working

I connected the graphic card to the motherboard. also swithced the cmos option for booting pnp display first.

the display adapter isn't recognized by windows and no messege "new hardware found" is displayed". what do i do?

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  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2008

    let me refraze: windows does not recognize the card at all.

    when i try to install the driver, i get a message that there is no such display adapter.

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Ypu have to install driver for the graphics card...

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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Adding discrete graphics card to p6stp-fl


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1) Unplug the computer from power.

2) Press the Power On button in, and hold it in for a count of 10 seconds. Let go. (HAS to be 10. Count)
Do this same procedure TWO more times.
(IF the Power On LED flashes for a second, keep repeating until it doesn't)

What you are doing is clearing CMOS Error Codes, and resetting BIOS Setup parameters back to the factory default settings.

3) FOLLOWING Anti-Static Precautions remove the graphics card.
Plug the monitor back into the Integrated (OnBoard) graphics, of the motherboard. (VGA connector)

4) Plug the computer back into power. WAIT 1 minute, turn the computer on.

5) When Windows has loaded wait a couple of minutes, then take that graphics card's Installation (CD) Disk, and put it in the optical drive.

If the disk doesn't start loading after 10 seconds, go to My Computer, and double-click on the drive letter, next to the optical drive, the Installation Disk is in.

When asked choose all software. Nvidia Control Panel, and drivers.

Your computer will keep on using the Integrated (OnBoard) drivers, for graphics. It will Not use the drivers, and software you are installing now, until the graphics card is physically installed.

Install all software. If you are asked to restart your computer -> NO
Close all windows, go back to your desktop screen.
Turn the computer off normally.
(Start > Turn Off Computer > Turn Off)

6) Unplug from power, follow Anti-Static Precautions.
Unplug the monitor from the motherboard. Physically install the graphics card.
Plug the monitor into the graphics card. Close the computer case.

7) Plug into power. WAIT 1 minute, turn the computer on.
You may have to go into Nvidia Control Panel, and set the correct parameters for your monitor. (Screen Resolution / Color quality )

Clear CMOS Error Codes, and reset BIOS Setup back to factory settings doesn't work?
You get to go back into BIOS Setup, and set the submenu you changed, (Or submenu's), back to the factory standard setting.
(F6?)

You are trying to use the OnBoard graphics drivers for the -> graphics card. This = NO.
You need THE drivers for the graphics card installed F-I-R-S-T.

(OnBoard. ON the motherBOARD.
Used to be used for Integrated Graphics.
Makes it easier to understand if you use OnBoard Graphics )

Why?

When a device, (In this case a graphics adapter card), is installed, Windows 'breaks it's neck' to find suitable, matching drivers.
If THE drivers are not there, Windows will match up one of it's THOUSANDS of generic drivers.

This = No.

You need THE drivers already installed. Windows looks to see what device is installed, then finds THE drivers needed.

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joecoolvette

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Cd and hdd both run on startup... monitor says it is in standby and doesn't display?


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  2. Re-seat the video card. Often this can be an issue where just re-seating the card firmly will ensure you have proper connections. If using integrated display then there isn't a lot to do for that. Also ensure that if the system has an expansion graphics adapter, you are not connected to an on-board port as these are normally disabled by an expansion adapter. If you do have both video expansion and on board video, also try removing the expansion adapter an use just the on-board one.

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HOW TOI DISABLE ONBOARD GRAFIC AND INSTALL NVIDIA GRAFIC CARD


fit the graphic card to your pci-e port of the mother board
on bootup press F2 to edit the CMOS/BIOS options
and disable the VGA graphics or noboard graphics there
ENABLE PCIE graphics.
save the settings
boot to windows
upon boot install new drivers for PCI-E card
restart the pc

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My Onboard display just stopped working all of a sudden and all i did was unplug the monitor cable in and out. The pc works fine wen i put an other card in so the problem is definately the onboard display....


This is most likely a setting for your motherboard that has changed: go to your CMOS setup/configuration options and select the primary display adapter as your onboard/internal adapter.
In general, taking the external video adapter out will force the motherboard to revert to the internal adapter: try this first and during the boot sequence hit the function key that will get you into the motherboard Setup options.

Hope it helps.

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I am facing a problem to install my XFX Radeon HD 4350 1GB graphics card. My PC has a intel DG31PR with core 2 duo and 3 gb ddr2 RAM. the CPU starts but there is no visual on my ACER monitor. I have...


It sounds like you need to change a BIOS setting. I don't have this MoBo, but on others there is a toggle to make the integrated graphics primary or secondary. You would need to change it to secondary. On this card this should happen automatically - so check BIOS settings and that your new card is properly seated in the slot.

From http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/sb/cs-022225.htm
Installing External Graphics Cards
If you want to install a 3rd party external graphics card instead of using the onboard graphics, follow these steps:
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I can't get my board to recognize my ATI Radeon x300 se in the pcie pnp will not even recognize it.


You must enter the bios menu and set the video controller to boot to the PCIe first. Save and exit the bios. The proper orders when installing a PCI-E card is as follows; before you install you’re new video card onto the motherboard. Install the graphics cards software. Than shut down the system. Install the video card. Boot system and enter the bios menu. Go to and open Advance.
Open North Bridge Configuration
See page 4-23 in manual.

Internal Graphics Adapter should be set to [PEG/PCI]
Internal Graphics Mode Select should be set to [Disabled]
PEG Port Control set to [Auto]

Save you're changes and exit the bios. You should be able to boot to you're PCI-E graphics card now.

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