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Video card not working - Nvidia GeForce 9600 GT,, PCI Express Video Card

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  • mcall181 Jan 23, 2009

    i can't get the monitor to even start up after inserting the card. nothing.... so, i can't check / install drivers. Obviously, without the hardware installed, i cannot load drivers as i get an error that says "hardware not compatible...



    I've tried adjusting start up settings, advanced chip set from pci, to pci -express, to onboard.



    none work.



    getting ready to return this thing... argh.

  • Billy May 11, 2010

    i would make sure that your motherboard can support the video card, not to long ago i had gotten a video card that was for PCI-e 2.0 and my motherboard only support PCI-E, that could be your problem

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Check the device manger and see if the driver is up to date.

Posted on Jan 23, 2009

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    Ahhh its a new install yea i would take it back and say that it is not compatible with your unit

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