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Is nvivia gforce 7300 compatible with a6010n hp motherboard

I have tried all i can but there is no signal on my monitor

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  • rebelyes1 May 11, 2010

    did you check the vid card on another computer to make sure it works?

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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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