Question about PNY VCGGT4302XPB Verto NVIDIA GeForce GT 430 2048MB DDR3 PCIe 2.0 x16 Video Card
When I try to boot it up with the card installed all it does is just sit there and make a loud beep sound that doesn't cease unless I shut it down. Nothing on the screen, nothing coming from the speakers, just a constant loud beep coming from the computer. When I take the card out and the pc is running on only the internal graphics, it will run fine. I am running an amd a8 3870k black edition apu, with 8GB G.Skill Ripjaws RAM, and a 1 terabyte hard drive. I would like my pc to continue using the nvidia graphics card since it is better, so, help?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
-Make sure that the video card is properly seated. and you have installed all the latest drivers and patches of this card from?
try to play games now and if the problem still exist then do:
-At this stage I would recommend just to blame the card's software (drivers) uninstall all drivers and software partinent to this video card. Restart the machine and play the game for a while, see if your monitor crashes. If still does crashes then its the OS.
-Simply uninstall the graphics card from the PC and check if the perfomance of games effect your video. If it still does effect then there is a problem with OS.
Finally I would suggest to simply install the card install the latest patches and drivers from the website of the manufacturer and restart your machine if it works then we can blame faulty driver and software.
-Also please check the manufacturers website of any known issues with this particular card with Vista.
Hope that helped!
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
Try looking for a message in the BIOS startup screen usually delete or an "F(X)" something button i.e. F1 or F2 That says it will let you chose your boot device. If you can than press that and chose the hard disk option. If it doesnt let you or it doesn't work than theres probably something wrong with your hard drive and I doubt it has much to do with your video card unless the driver caused it. In that case try starting your computer in safe mode by pressing F8 after the BIOS startup and selecting safe mode and then uninstalling the driver from the change/remove applications part of the control panel. Of course if none of that works you could just yell and swear at HP until they help you. :)
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
make sure that the heatsink is in contact with the video card. it must have gotten really hot or something for the fan to split, the card may be faulty. i hope this helps you a little
Posted on Jan 15, 2010
I have got Dell comp with same n-vidia 8800GT suddenly after installing adobe's update only 1 monitor functions and slowly.
Any reinstaling and updating drivers that i ve tried did not help.
Posted on Dec 06, 2010
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