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Computer graphics ,lots of colors then computer crashes i have a asus 8400gs card

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    my CPU crashes with little stacks of squares or just squiggly lines just all colorful and static

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Sounds like your graphics card is either not getting enough power or it is shot

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Your card is dead I'm afraid. It's not a ram issue as that card uses it's own ram. You will need a new graphics card as your motherboard doesn't have any onboard graphics port.

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Drivers most likely, remove the card and use the onboard or some other card that works. Then boot into windows and install the drivers for the new card, then power off, install the card in question and reboot and then try.

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Does the DG31PR motherboard support Geforce 8400GS 512MB PCI-E?


Yes, but check your BIOS and make sure the PCI-E slot is enabled.

Also, when you say doesn't start, you mean just the screen? Right?

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I use an ASUS K8V-VM motherboard with AMD sepmron 2800+ processor. os is XP sp3 (wish to enhance to windows 7). I tried to install Galaxy 8400GS graphic card but when I start the system with the card, the...


You need the latest display driver for your graphics card.

Click here to download the drivers off the Nvidia website.

Enter the information in the fields as shown below;

Product Type: Geforce
Product Series: Geforce 8 Series
Product: 8400GS
Operating System: Select the operating system you are using. XP or 7 whichever it is.
Language: Choose your Language, English

Then click search and download and install the driver.

This should solve your problem!

Do do recommend sticking with XP as your current computer system will find it difficult to run Windows 7.

All the Best!
damnor01

Jan 19, 2011 | ASUS K8V-VM Motherboard

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What graphics card will it take ?


Hi , it supports most lowend PCIe graphics cards , factors that have to noted are space inside your case and psu requirements
your looking at nvidea 8400gs etc .
hope this helps , remember to update all your chipset drivers etc before installing the card .

thats the manuf. website link below
http://uk.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=DzbA8hgqchMBOVRz&content=overview
hope this helps

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Does this motherboard supports nvidia 8400GS 512MB graphic card or not?


Yes it is.
Nvidia 8400GS 512MB is PCI-E Card Ready for and 100% Compatible with this Motherboard.

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Continuous beep and windows crashes


Check the memory, My machine is currently doing this.

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


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

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8400GS graphics card installed causing sound distortion


You do know you can increase your integrated video's memory in the bios. Up to 1GB. (Yes, I know you currently only have 1GB of system memory) but you can kick it up to 128Mb & Vista should still run.
Your 1GB system memory is shared with the on-board video card.
I'd like you to clean out the PCI-E slot with some cotton swabs & house hold Alcohol. (do not over soak the swabs). Clean the pny's copper contacts as well. Get a really strong flash light & look into the PCI-E slot & look for dust, dirt & check the copper connectors are not bent or twisted. Re-install the PCI-E card & set the bios back to PCI-E. Try again. Even if the system reverts to weird, install the 8400's software & driver. Re-start the system. See if the system runs normal. Also would not hurt to check for Window's updates. After all that, if system does not function normally I suspect there is something wrong with the 8400 card.

Good luck & let me know if this has helped.
Have a great day.

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Graphic card related problem


http://www.prosystem.nl/tekst/hoofd.php?tabelnaam=produkten30&

Its a picie card that you require,

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Color problem


So you mean you connect the TV into your computer, is it onboard display or you have the graphics card connected.

If you have the graphics card connected to your TV, check the settings of the graphics card installed in your computer. Just manually browse the software provided by the card, surely there is a portion there that tells on how to connect properly TV or even adusting it say for errors such as colors.

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