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Graphic card won't boot to monitor ?

I have an Asus P5VD2-MX Mobo, the Graphic Card is the Nvidia 8800gt Pci-E. I have updated the Bios to v.1016, with no joy. Does anyone know if this card is incompatable with this Mobo ? I think it is!!.. I know the card works fine in my other p.c.I have plenty of juice from the PSU, and auxillery power plugged in
spec Intel Core 2 Duo 6400 (2.13)
4 gig 667
650 watt psu
3 fans etc...
any advise would be appreciated,as this is a first for me...

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    blackbelt555 Jan 01, 2009

    forgot to mention also windows vista ultimate x64 bit

  • blackbelt555
    blackbelt555 Jan 01, 2009

    It's all done prior sorry forgot to mention that, i took out my 8500 gt, to install the 8800 gt, that's when the problem occurs, when i put the 8500 gt back in sweet as a nut ! odd one this ?????

    Also forgot to mention {new here} windows vista ultimate x64 bit

  • blackbelt555
    blackbelt555 Jan 02, 2009

    Thanks everyone, it's all cool now, swapped a mate for his 320 meg 8800 gts t went in no issues and works fine now, he got my 8800 512 meg alphadog, the gts runs c.o.d.5 like a dream...

    looks to me like some ddr3 graphic cards will work and some wont in older mobo's !?!?!? - a mystery

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As long as you have connected it properly, i see no reason why it shouldnt work. Make sure that the bios settings are correct, to boot from PCI-E video card. Make sure and double check that everything is plugged in correctly. Other then that i have no other ideas. 
Very nice parts. Good luck :).

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Very simple, go in the bios and search for you Integrated Graphics and shut it down and make sure u set it to pci-e than it wil work

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  • etienne meerwijk-joffel

    no problem



    go here and download the latest driver for your video card



    www.nvidia.com



  • etienne meerwijk-joffel

    sorry i forgot to say remove the old driver first from your pc than install the new driver fro that card that u have insertet

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