Question about Computers & Internet
Remove the card and re install original equipment and reboot
than after we get it working right, turn the system off, remove the card and install the new card , than turn on system, if it doesnt come on than turn it off again and replace everything and reboot,
you have a hardware conflick and you need to return where you bought it see if you can get refund or credit for something else.
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
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