Question about Foxconn Computers & Internet
I have bought this card but I am not sure if it will run on my motherboard.. MSI GT 620 1024MB GDDR3 Man Pt# N620GT-MD1GD3/LP When I tried to install it there was no post display and only beeps so I took it out and went back to using the onboard GFX... Please can somebody help me as the foxconn site doesnt seem to work properly whenever i try to access the technical help or customer support.....
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: no beep codes no post no video
Hi, sounds like a RAM problem, if you have 2 RAM sticks, pull one out and put the second one in DIMM one, try that then try 1st one in DIMM 1, next test is to try a friends RAM. IF all fails go back to where you purchased the board and have them test it under warranty. Regards mistyman
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
SOURCE: Foxconn 946GZ7MA-8KRS2H
Thanks for the above, though it was not the solution it helped me to understand what was wrong.
For some reason, the BIOS that the board shipped with was causing all of the above problems. I stripped and re-built the PC a few times with the same results, until I eventually found a BIOS update from the Foxconn site. I installed it and *most* of the problems went away. It even let me install my Nvidia 8500gt pci-e card which worked straight away. It seems strange that the original bios version would not support my pci-e card...this is not something I've come across before.
The only residual problem I have is that when I shut down the computer, it reboots itself. This happens every time and so I am going to try and fiddle with the power options to try and stop it happening. Again, this seems to be something the BIOS still does of its own accord.
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
SOURCE: Display Problems
enable your onboard graphics and plug your monitor into the onboard. start up your pc and install any needed drivers for the secondary graphics card. right click on your desktop and go to your display properties you should see a faded out screen that has a 2 and a lit screen that has a 1 right click on the faded screen and check enabled then move your monitor cable over to the new vid card right click on the lit 1 and disable it making 2 your primary.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
try to reinstall the OS..if it doesn't work then there would be a problem with ur motherboard becaouseof failure of IC's. So contact the service men.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
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