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When i look in the display adaptor under devices, the ati radeon x300 installed is not shown. Why is this ?
B> Your display adapter is the component of your computer that allows your monitor to work. On the operating system side of things, this display adapter is controlled by a device driver. If you're having issues with your display adapter (like colors are displaying incorrectly or the screen is flickering), you can fix these problems by rolling back your device driver using the Windows Device Manager.
Open your Control Panel by clicking "Start" and then "Control Panel." Click "System." Click "Device Manager." Scroll down to the "Display Adapter" heading. On a single monitor setup, there will only be one device listed under "Display" adapter. Right-click it and click "Properties." Click the "Driver" tab. Click the "Roll Back Driver" button. This will uninstall your current display adapter driver and reinstall the last version that worked properly. This will fix the issues you were having with the device. Hope this helps
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure the slot isn't disabled either by jumper settings or in the bios, and the card is securely inserted in the slot. If these aren't the case, you have yourself a bad card, or a bad slot.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
ok, finally got a vision tek radeon hd3650 to work on the gateway gt5082 machine. i tried like so many to disable video and add a digital card to run a new lcd display. had many problems and took several hrs of try and testing. funny thing is i was trying so many things out of frustration im not sure exactly what the final steps to get it working were. i would try this first. 1 remove the existing nvidia 6000 driver via device manager. shutdown the pc and unplug. 2. reboot and go into bios. set init video -> to pciex slot. Also change the escd option to reset extended info in bios. - this is what is causing the conflict with the interrupt assignments. 3 add the new video card in pciex slot and connect the digital monitor and cable. Fire up the pc. This should now work. Any questions just ask. cbc
Posted on Jan 12, 2010
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If you are having problems with your video card
the drivers might not be installed correctly you might
have to uninstall the graphics card restart your computer then reinstall the
graphics card and its drivers
If your computer
came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it
Click start control
panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display
adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark
! or a red x right click select reinstall drivers or
you might need to
This package supports the following driver models:
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