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Problems with the screen

The imagen in screen is not clear, I think that have problem with the video card, and I want kwen if the video card come wiht the motherboard as a one piece

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Re: Problems with the screen

If you take the side off the pc case and look inside, you will see the back of where your vga lead is connected to from the monitor, if it is straight into the the motherboard, you have onboard graphics, if tou see your lead connected to agraphics card fitted into a brown (AGP) slot or a white (PCI) slot, then you have a seperate graphics card. If you have onboard graphics and suspect it is the graphics then you can fit an AGP graphics card and dissable the onboard graphics in the bios set up.

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945GCT-M3 motherboard powers up no video on screen

well if you did not remove the video card from the machine then it is still pumping out video on that cards connection. bios will recognize the only working video out but if you have a card in it it will choose the video card over the on board video. So reconnect the old monitor to the old video card and see if it will work. if it does then remove the video card after shutting down and reboot the monitor connected to the on board video. The new configuration should be recognized, then shut down and place the new monitor in the on board video port. now the monitor may need to be told to look at the correct port either digital or rgb.

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When power on my computer averatec, screen show lines and move the mouse this line, move with the mouse, i think the problems is the grafic card nvidia P419

You are prolly correct. Try making sure you video cable isnt loose first then update windows to make sure you have the correct driver.If it doesn't work then buy a cheap card.

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Having blue screen problems and I saw some forums saying that it could be my nvidia video card?

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No Video Output.

Try without any RAM and see if there is a beep...if there is then mobo is ok. If no beeps still. Check the CPU. Also check the PSU if its giving adequate power to all the added cards. If possible try with another PSU. Try clearing CMOS as well. If all these doesn't do any good to the mobo, I think its time to RMA the mobo. Have a great day!

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welcome to fixya

Well i never did it that way but ok

your going to have to reboot the computer with the reboot disk ,,

once thats done turn off computer and install the video card and then also insert the drivers disk that came with the video card
this should work has for me and i have done 100s of video cards
Although if you bought a good video card and still have a 400w power supply your going to run into trouble make sure you have a 500w power suplpy or better to run a good video card ,,,,,

i hope this helps you out have a good day:)

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Asus A8V-VM SE with geForce 7100 GS crashes on load

Its probably a hardware issue. the video card has dedicated memory so there shouldnt be any problems unless the card is bad. Try removing any extra cards like wireless adapters and expanded firewire cards and sounds card. try running the game wiht just the video card in and see if it still does it. if it doesnt, you know its having conflicts with other hardware, if not, then try removing all the video card software and installing just the drivers without the xtra software. I had similar problems with Two ATI cards, The catalyst software was causiong problems, i removed it but kept the drivers, and all my problems went away.

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Hmm, this may sound weird, but usually beep codes mean 1 of 2 things... memory problems or video problems. So if it is beeping and you have no display on the video, I would think, just maybe, it might be a video problem. =)

It looks to me like this board has onboard video, so are you using the onboard video or are you installing a video card?

If using onboard, perhaps, when you go into the bios to setup, you should set it to fail-safe defaults for the video.

If installing video, you should disable the onboard in the bios. But before doing that, maybe you should hold off on installing the video card until after you get the system up and running and then install the video card drivers before installing the video card. Then you can make changes to the bios video settings.

You might also want to upgrade your power supply, but 300 Watts will work for this board -- just barely but it will work.
So maybe you should disconnect everything but the bare necessities to get started.

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change ur screen resoultion n try to make ur screens refrest to 60MHZ! if still ur problems not solving re-install windows

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