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New Geforce 6200 on AGP 8x slot has no output

The monitor shows "no VGA input" and then goes to sleep. It worked the first time I installed it, for about a week, and then it blew the power supply. I installed a new psu, tried reinstalling the card, and it didn't work.

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  • fschtrout Jan 31, 2009

    The psu probably blew because the card was sucking too much power through the AGP slot. Do you think this destroyed the card? When booting up from the card, I can't get a display from the card or the onboard graphics. I have yet to try the card in another computer

  • fschtrout Mar 01, 2009

    My computer boots fine without the card in, so I doubt my motherboard is dead.

  • Peter Steiert
    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    I never said your motherboard was dead.

  • Peter Steiert
    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    Most likely when the PSU blew it took some of your hardware with it. Apparently your video card was a victim of the PSU.

  • Niko Flocke May 11, 2010

    Why did the psu blow? its very likely that the card had a short circuit? thats what happened to mine some time ago.

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If you can't get a display from the onboard vga the PSU must have killed the mother board. the 6200 gets all of its power from the AGP slot. so if the PSU killed the 6200 it must have gone thru the motherboard. it does not seem likely it took out the 6200 but nothing happened to the board. try taking out the RAM modules. if the computer does not beep then most likely the motherboard is dead.

Posted on Feb 28, 2009

  • malky_david Mar 01, 2009

    if it does boot then there isn't much you can do except trying the card on another computer. sorry i wasnt helpful. good luck

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