Re: is nvivia gforce 7300 compatible with a6010n hp...
If your PC has a built in graphics adapter then the bios and windows will automatically use that as a primary display unit..u need to boot the PC with that and then check in the device manager if the PC has picked up on the new display unit.. if it has then disable the on board one. the pc will ask to restart ... do it.. then when it does connect the monitor cable to the new display device.. and make sure that the monitor has an image of the start up screen if it does then you have completed the upgrade
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Your pc has an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 video chip, integrated on the motherboard - it's extremely weak and supported only in XP. Its driver can be found here
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?lang=eng&DwnldID=16835 But the best solution is to get a new separate video card, one like http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=6764506&CatId=1826
Hi, This machine comes from HP with a built in wired ethernet card only not wireless... however it is known for some retailers to have the machines they sell specially configured with add-ons as desired... Best of Luck
Yes it does - do not disrupt the operation in order to prevent future system operating errors. This is normal. If it fails, you will get a notification error and until then, please be patient. I'm assuming you are installing Windows Vista to upgrade from a previous operating system?
If you start up your PC without any RAM modules installed does it give you the same beep code?
If it does then the PC can't recognize the RAM, this could either be because the RAM module is faulty or it needs to be cleaned, use tissue paper to clean the finger contacts on the RAM modules.
If under warranty then return it, they will sort it out. If not try borrow some know to be working RAM from another computer. If it works then this confirms that your RAM is faulty.
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Hi, The problem could be caused due to high refresh rate or resolution settings on the video card that are not compatible with the monitor.
Restart the computer and keep tapping on the F8 screen before the windows starts to load. Highlight the option enable VGA mode and hit enter. Your windows would start with defualt settings for the video card. Check if the problem is still there. Otherwise lower the screen resolution and refresh rate according to the monitor you have.
have you checked your gforce for power failure?
check your powersource for the type. if it is not over 500 Watt.... That is a big problem with system function. If you are using a newer Updated machine, you should always keep up to electrical fashion or your machine will most definitely do "Funky Stuff" quote.
This is also interfering with your soundcard on your motherboard, and if this continues without being checked, your motherboard may blow.
REMOVE THE CARD AND UNINSTALL THE VIDEO CARD IN ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS. THEN REMOVE VIDEO CARD AND INSTALL DRIVERS THEN INSTALL YOUR VIDEO CARD. I HAVE THIS SAME VIDEO CARD AND HAD THE SAME PROBLEM.THIS WAS THE ONLY WAY I COULD GET IT TO WORK. ALSO YOU NEED TO DISABLE THE VIDEO CARD THAT IS ON YOUR MOTHERBOARD. YOU CAN DO THIS IN CONTROL PANEL. ADMINASTRATIVE TOOLS THEN CLICK COMPUTER MANAGEMENT THEN CLICK DEVICE MANAGER GO TO YOUR DISPLAY DRIVERS AND DISABLE YOUR GRAPHICS CONTROLER. THAT SHOULD DO IT. HAPPY NEW YEAR.