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My pci graphic card is not working properly, motherboard make beeping sounds but nort reconize mi video card.I alredy make sure it was completely in the slot and other troubleshooting.

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  • mral03 Apr 19, 2009

    it does not have connectors,. It just do not display in the monitor. thanks

  • mral03 Apr 20, 2009

    thanks a lot i think is the mother board that is bad , but I am nor completely sure.

    i dont see any connectors, or the box did not came with any.

  • mral03 Apr 21, 2009

    D915GAVL motherboard trying to make it work with a EVGA 9400 GT video card just a black screen nothing else.

  • mral03 Apr 23, 2009

    Yes is a PCI E 2.0 card and I connected the 4 pin power cable to the motherboard.

  • mral03 Apr 27, 2009

    thanks, I tried that already and the BIOS does not come on neither. Maybe is the motherboard?

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You need to upgrade your power supply perhaps

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Does it have a 6 or 8 pin connection on the top of the card. If those are not plugged in they will beep like crazy. Your powersupply might hvae these connections and if not the videocard should have come with an adapter.

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    Mike Petrowsky Apr 19, 2009

    those are power connectors for the gfx card. They must be plugged in or it will not work.

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    Mike Petrowsky Apr 21, 2009

    Have you also connected the Square type 4 pin power and the 4 pin molex rectangular Power connectors on the motherboard?

    Also this is a PCI Express card correct?


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    Mike Petrowsky Apr 26, 2009

    if you have onboard video use that and go into the bios and then select PCi-E video save & reboot. then connect to the video card.

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