I recently installed a Radeon 9200 graphics card into a machine. Everything seems to be working fine, until I try to expand a video to full screen; You Tube videos, for example. When I click to expand to full screen, the screen goes black and the system restarts. Help?!
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Re: Graphics card causing system to shut down?
Please go into the BIOS of the system and Set the BIOS as default
Restart your computer.
When the computer first starts, it
performs the power-on self test (POST). This test checks that all
connected devices are functioning. As part of the POST, the memory is
checked. During the memory test, a message will appear that tells you
how to access the BIOS. For example, you may see the following message
or a similar message that explains how to start the BIOS setup:
PRESS DEL TO ENTER SETUPIn
this example, you must press the DEL key immediately after the memory
test is finished to start the setup process. You may have to press the
key several times to make sure that you access the BIOS setup.
Tip There are other keys that may provide access to the BIOS. They include the following:
If you are not sure how to access the BIOS setup, see the user manual for your computer's motherboard.
for the Set BIOS as Default settings. You can usually use the arrow keys to move through the menus
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