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Installation of nvidia ge force 6800 gt series 512mb ddr2memory

1)inserted the graphic card onto pci e slot properly, assembled monitor onto p.c .and restart computer.
2.) monitor doesnt come on, so i reseat monitor onto slot on motherboard and it boots up.
3.) hardware is not detected and after i try installing driver, the errors appears vga detected seems not xfx products. so i download updated driver and it still doesnt Install.
4.) On Bios Settings/ chipset / I restarted system changing the bios settings from internal vga to pcie vga and still monitor doesnt start up
NEED A SOLUTION OR REMEDY FOR THIS PROBLEM

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Just a thought. 
     Some of the PCIe16 cards have a place for the power supply to hook up. Does yours? 

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This nothing new this asus motherborads try and reset your cmos some times this works and you need to make sure your board can take your gf card has some of them can only take 128bit or 256 or 512 or 1gb

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Adding discrete graphics card to p6stp-fl


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1) Unplug the computer from power.

2) Press the Power On button in, and hold it in for a count of 10 seconds. Let go. (HAS to be 10. Count)
Do this same procedure TWO more times.
(IF the Power On LED flashes for a second, keep repeating until it doesn't)

What you are doing is clearing CMOS Error Codes, and resetting BIOS Setup parameters back to the factory default settings.

3) FOLLOWING Anti-Static Precautions remove the graphics card.
Plug the monitor back into the Integrated (OnBoard) graphics, of the motherboard. (VGA connector)

4) Plug the computer back into power. WAIT 1 minute, turn the computer on.

5) When Windows has loaded wait a couple of minutes, then take that graphics card's Installation (CD) Disk, and put it in the optical drive.

If the disk doesn't start loading after 10 seconds, go to My Computer, and double-click on the drive letter, next to the optical drive, the Installation Disk is in.

When asked choose all software. Nvidia Control Panel, and drivers.

Your computer will keep on using the Integrated (OnBoard) drivers, for graphics. It will Not use the drivers, and software you are installing now, until the graphics card is physically installed.

Install all software. If you are asked to restart your computer -> NO
Close all windows, go back to your desktop screen.
Turn the computer off normally.
(Start > Turn Off Computer > Turn Off)

6) Unplug from power, follow Anti-Static Precautions.
Unplug the monitor from the motherboard. Physically install the graphics card.
Plug the monitor into the graphics card. Close the computer case.

7) Plug into power. WAIT 1 minute, turn the computer on.
You may have to go into Nvidia Control Panel, and set the correct parameters for your monitor. (Screen Resolution / Color quality )

Clear CMOS Error Codes, and reset BIOS Setup back to factory settings doesn't work?
You get to go back into BIOS Setup, and set the submenu you changed, (Or submenu's), back to the factory standard setting.
(F6?)

You are trying to use the OnBoard graphics drivers for the -> graphics card. This = NO.
You need THE drivers for the graphics card installed F-I-R-S-T.

(OnBoard. ON the motherBOARD.
Used to be used for Integrated Graphics.
Makes it easier to understand if you use OnBoard Graphics )

Why?

When a device, (In this case a graphics adapter card), is installed, Windows 'breaks it's neck' to find suitable, matching drivers.
If THE drivers are not there, Windows will match up one of it's THOUSANDS of generic drivers.

This = No.

You need THE drivers already installed. Windows looks to see what device is installed, then finds THE drivers needed.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Does my d845gvsr motherboard support a 9500GT graphics card?


9500GT Series graphics card uses PCI Express Slot(16X). As for your Mainboard D845GVSR it comes with AGP Slot(4x or 8x). The graphics card slot on your Mainboard AGP will not fit the PCI Express slot for this Nvidia chipset 9500GT Graphics Card. You cannot use the 9500GT Series card for your mainboard.

The highest Nvidia Graphics card that support AGP Slot is the 7300GT Chipset Series.

Hope it helps.

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I am trying to install an nvidia gt 240 512mb ddr5 into a ECS 945gct-m/1333 v3 board but its giving me the nvidia setup program could not locate any drivers that are compatible with your current hardware....


First install the graphic card properly then plug in the LCD or monitor cable in it . If you are getting display then it is ok. After it try to download latest drivers for the graphic card from here
http://www.nvidia.co.in/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-in

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A display problem of monitor comes with geforce 9400 gt pci ex. card. how can i solv it? when i insert cart the display of monitor out. how can i solv it?


According to the specs of the MSI 9400gt 512mb HDMI graphics cards, its system requirements are:
1. PCI Express or PCI Express 2.0 - compliant motherboard with one x16 graphics slot.
2. Power supply of 300 (and up) watt is highly recommended for system stability.

Make sure that your power supply meets the or exceeds the system requirements for this graphics card.

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To install graphic card on Intel Motherboard D845GVSR


as a rule any Pentium 4 motherboard would not support a CPU let alone a video card that could play Crysis at any level that would be enjoyable. It's likely you either don't have a video card card expansion slot or that the one you have is AGP.

If you don't, sorry nothing you can do. If you have AGP you could in theory add a sufficiant card to meet the minimum spec and load the game but the store would have done you a disservice by selling it to you as your processor and RAM would barely alloww the game to load and even if a 1GB 9800 could be supported by you PC the performance your CPU could offer would leave the game lagging significantly on the physics side which would really mess up the game.

Frankly I work days in a retail computer store and have played crysis on several PCs, In my experience the minimum PC for "good" gameplay is a tri core AMD at least 2.1Ghz per CPU with 4GB of RAM and a 9600 512MB, and I have tried it on several machines.

My personal recommendation would be bare minimum:

Q6600 or AMD 8000 series Quad Core
4GB RAM
9800GT 512MB or ATI 4850 512MB

This will get a decent frame rate and support at least 1680 resolution, in gaming though, more is always better, frankly it would be cheaper to scrap that plan and by an Xbox with a copy of it's version of Crysis for under $400 unless you plan to play other PC only games in which case you can build what I recomended for around $1000US less if you already have a decent monitor or plan to hook up to a 120Hz LCD TV


Hope this helped,


Chris
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First question: Are you sure you have a PCI card?
there are several points here:
Make sure you have the monitor connected to the correct output on your computer. (In this case to the output of the graphics card, not to your onboard output)
If you have a PCI card set bios to PCI
Setting it to AGP means the computer is looking for a graphics card in you AGP-slot on you motherboard.

I cannot help thinking, that you actually have a AGP card in a AGP slot and that you computer is not working on onboard, but on AGP. But you can check which graphics device is used, in display properties (right-click Desktop, Properties, Settings)

Please post some feedback

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Configuration options: [IGD] [PEG/IGD] [PCI/IGD]
Boot Graphics Adapter Priority [PEG/IGD]
Save & exit. Check system at boot up for correct memory count.

Thanks for using FixYa & if you need more help just re-post here. Have a good one!
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