I have uninstalled old video card driver then shutdown computer. Then swapped new video card into motherboard (Gigabyte Technology GA-7VT6001394) slot. When I turn computer back on I get pixelations covering screen. Can move mouse but only for a short time. Can't see what I am doing with cursor anyway ? Need help !
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The newest driver available for your graphics card is designed for Windows Vista, but it should work with Windows 7. That does not necessarily mean that it will. I have included a link to download the driver below.
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Have you installed the latest driver? Uninstall the old one and install new one after reboot. Don't install the 64bit one at the top asit's beta,good luck John http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=driver&maincat_no=130&prod_no=719
If you failed to uninstall the old card (in the device manager, not just physically) the PC is still looking for the old card but can't find it. Try starting in safe mode (hit F8 when you reboot) If sucessful, go to device manager and uninstall the old card. Then install the new card and insert the installation cd to install the drivers. If this doesn't work, you may need to install the old card to properly uninstall it. NOTE: If you don't have the installation CD for the new card, this would be the time to download the necessary driver.
After you reboot, the machine will use default drivers until the new card's driver is installed.
Best of luck.
i think you must update your vga driver... you can use search egine to find it at internet just typing :" driver gForce FX5500" or visit nvidia website choose support/download...find your type of your VGA and download it to your PC. after download install it and they will update your driver aotomaticlly...hope it can solce your problem
Hi syaricky - First with your pc off, put your old card back in. Boot your pc and when Windows finds the card, just let it install whatever drivers it wants for the video card. It may ask you to choose the card or it may say it has found the most compatible driver for that card. That is ok. Then shut it down, and install your new card. When it boots and and says do you want it to install drivers say no. Then insert your cd and install. Once installed, go to your device manager and uninstall the old card. Start>right click my computer>properties>hardware>device manager>click on the + next to display adapters. Right click on your old video card and click on uninstall.
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From your post, it seems like Windows is booting correctly, but your card isn't correctly displaying the signal once the machine tries to load into your user profile.
Go into Safe Mode and uninstall the drivers for the card. Go back to the beginning of the installation process and follow it step-by-step. If this does not help, try inserting the card first, and then installing the drivers afterwards.