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I just got a computer and it worked when we were packing it up. Before we put the computer up my friend wanted to see if he could put a newer video card into it. Well it didn't fit so he put the old one back in. I get home and hook it up and now the monitor is not doing anything when the computer is booting up. Could there have been something that went wrong with the video card? It is a 6200 Nvidia GeForce 6.

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He didnt push the card all the way down simple open it back up pull card out and "you" push the card back into slot
the bar on should be flush with case

i hope your friend didnt put it on something that had electrical charge that staticed the card to death
but more than likely he didnt push the card down all the way make sure monitor cable is tight and flush with card in back of comp
if you still dont get picture try another monitor you could have damaged something in monitor in your move

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SOURCE: Setup dual-boot disks, one loads VGA instead of GeForce 6200

You should enter Bios setup when restarting and check that it says AGP or PCI for video display. You can then go to Start then Run and type in msconfig. Go through the list for the startup menu and make sure that NVIDIA is displayed with a checkmark.
When you installed the new driver, also make sure that you disabled the default VGA driver too. You may have to check that out. If both are running there will be conflict. Any questions, please don't hesitate.

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