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No sound I recently had the graphic card replaced in the tower. I cannot get sound back.

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  • Greg Koelln May 11, 2010

    If your sound card was built into the previous graphic card, then you disabled the graphic card, that could explain it as well.

  • Frank
    Frank May 11, 2010

    you may accidentally pop loose the audio card. check the audio card, make sure it is seated

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Be sure the tower is unplugged during cleaning.
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  • Second make sure the graphics card is still properly seated into the AGP slot. Gently but firmly press down on the graphics card to ensure proper seating.

Once you have completed these two steps plug your tower back in and turn on the system. If you continue to see multicolored lines across the screen that means that the Graphics card will need to be replaced.
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Be sure the tower is unplugged during cleaning.
  • First, if you haven't already done so be sure to use a can of compressed air to remove any dust from the graphics card as well as any other components inside the computer case.


  • Second make sure the graphics card is still properly seated into the slot. Gently but firmly press down on the graphics card to ensure proper seating.

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Hi There !!

Thank you for writing to Fixya.com

The monitor turn off & tun back on automatically, are the symptoms of Faulty Driver for graphic card, or Faulty Graphic Card & even could be the monitor it self. My suggestion would be to first, Uninstall & reinstall the drivers of the graphic card. If still problem persist you might need to replace the Graphic Card. But 80% of the times, drivers causes these kind of issues.

Steps how to change the Graphic Card:

  1. Static electricity can seriously damage the components inside a computer. To avoid this you must ensure you are grounded when operating inside your computer. One way to do this is to purchase an anti-static wrist strap which you should wear at all times. The wrist-strap plugs into an electrical socket which will automatically discharge the static electricity in your body.
  2. The graphics card or video card translates information into the graphics and text that appear on the monitor screen.
  3. Most motherboards now include a slot specifically designed for the graphics adapter called the AGP slot. This stands for Advanced Graphics Port.
  4. Modern graphics adapters usually incorporate some memory right on the card to improve their performance.
  5. To get into the tower you will have to remove the panel which is on the right hand side when viewing the tower from the back. Open this side of computer case by removing the screws at the back of the tower which are holding it in place. Then simply slide the panel off.
  6. Locate the old card on the motherboard and remove it by firmly lifting it out of the slot it occupies. Insert the new card, ensuring it is firmly pushed into the slot. Note: Some AGP ports have sliding locks that hold graphics cards in place. If your card is reluctant to come out or won't stay in, check if your port has these. If it does, use a screwdriver or your fingers to pull it to the right (open) or left (close). Make sure it clicks before removing or adding the card to minimize the risk of damaging the new card or your motherboard.
  7. Replace the tower's side panel, switch the computer on and install appropriate software that came with the new card.

Hope all these steps will help.

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