Question about HP Compaq dc7600 Small Form Factor PC Desktop
The problem wouldn't be overheating, the problem would does your power supply have a high enough wattage to run the card. Typically you want a power supply with at least 300-350 watts. Most store bought computers won't have a big enough power supply. Drop the card in and power up the computer. If it boots all the way your good if it doesn't, upgrade the power supply. You want hurt the computer by trying. Also when you open the tower up the wattage should be listed on the side of the power supply. There are plenty of cheap power supplies on line. Just looked on newegg.com $30 for a 500W. Search YouTube on how to install, it's pretty easy.
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Video Card upgrade
as i can c you have a power suply of 200 wats in your pc (correct me if im not right) the GeForce 9400GT is proved not to use a lot of power. but the problem is that your pc is small and it would not get enough ventilation unless you buy a separate fan try it out
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
Bad Power Supply. Weak Voltage power rail. Suggest you replace the Power Supply. Before you do, make sure you follow Anti-Static Precautions, and also clean out the inside of the computer, with a can of compressed air for computers, if it is dirty. Need to know how to open your computer case, and replace the Power Supply? State in a Comment (The Power Supply is a 200 Watt unit. It isn't the common ATX style of Power Supply. ATX power supply case size, is approximately 6 inches Long, 6 Inches Wide, and 3-1/2 inches Tall. The PSU (Power Supply Unit) that fits in your computer, is approximately 6 inches Wide, 3.75 inches Tall (3 and 3/4 inches), and 4 inches Long. Be prepared for a 'Sticker Shock' when you see the average price ) Should you want to test your Power Supply, before taking advice from a stranger, I would be happy to lead you through it. You'll need an economical Multimeter, or a power supply tester. State in a Comment if this is your intentions.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
SOURCE: can' started my pc
As you are getting beeps when you try to boot up, that are not in any particular sequence, the problem is not easy to diagnose .
The cheapest solution if are confident in taking the cover off your pc is to
1) if you have more than one stick of ram swap them around & try to boot up,
2) if you only have one stick, replace the ram stick
if this does not fix it ,it is a motherboard or a cpu problem
that can mean big bucks.
good luck with that
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: Problem with the HP Compaq
Depending on operating system installed, check for microphone enabled in "sound" setting found in control panel. Also may have a "mute" setting in sound mixer control aplet.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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