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hook monitor cable back to your onboard video port then 1st make sure you have already downloaded the driver for your new graphics card. then at start up go into system setup and go to your display and make sure that you have your new graphics card enabled as your primary graphics instead of onboard video. it will say something like 1.Onboard 2. AGP/OR PCI MAKE SURE YOU DONT HAVE YOUR ONBOARD ENABLED AS YOUR PRIMARY VIDEO. AFTER THAT JUST SAVE AND EXIT THE JUST HOLD POWER BUTTON DOWN TILL PC SHUTS DOWN THEN SWITCH YOUR CABLE MONITOR CABLE FROM THE ONBOARD TO THE AGP/PCI CARD THEN RESTART YOUR PC. THEN YOUR PC WILL SAY FOUND NEW DATA AND WILL INSTALL THE DRIVER YOU HAVE DOWNLOADED FOR IT THEN YOU SHOULD BE OK IF THE CARD IS COMPATIBLE WITH THE MOTHERBOARD
First, you should try the monitor on another PC to see if it works. Then if there is still a signal error, try opening your PC case, blowing out any dust you find with compressed air, then re-seat your ram and video card. If you have on-board video, try removing the cmos (Bios) Battery or if you can find it, jump the bios reset jumper, then restart.
If none of those solutions work for you, try installing a slot based video card in either your, PCI, AGP or PCI Expess slot to see if your onboard video has simply failed.
Your N9600GT provides two HDMI out puts for dual display.
Even though you are currently only using one HDMI. Switch your monitor cable to the other HDMI out put. See if you now have display.
Also while in the bios allow, Page 2-27 in manual, Allocate IRQ to PCI set to [Yes]. Page 2-24, Internal Graphics Mode Select, [Disable]
First open cpu cabinet. Then refix RAM memory. Pull cmos cell for 10 minutes so all settings of motherbord are defaults. Then pull porcessor fan and processor clean dust from all chip and parts. Remove pci cards from pci slot then check. Let me know if you need more assistanse. Thanks.
For one, what you can do is put in your old card. Install the NEW drivers for your 9500GT and shutdown. Install new Graphics card. (I would double check for an "ATX" power input on the card.)(, im sure it needs one) and that should hopefully help, Also consult your motherboard booklet and your graphics card booklet to see if the card is compatible. Hope this helps!
actually your computer is working on the onboard video adapter.
1. connect first the monitor to the onboard video card.( do not remove the connected geforce video card.) 2. switch on the computer and press "F2" on new model computer, "Delete" on old model computer. so that you can enter to bios setup. 3. if bios setup is open; try to find the "AGP bridge configuration" (some other bios AGP B C is in chipset) by arrow up,down,side left and right) enter. 4. Find " primary graphics adapter" 5. In there, select : If Video card is "pci" connected ; select "pci" If Video card is "AGP" connected ; select "AGP" 6. press F10 to save and exit the setup. 7. after saving the configuration, disconnect power cord and transfer the monitor to the video card (Gforce). and then connect the ac power cord and then start. or switch on the computer.
Note: be sure to install the drivers of your GFORCE for optimum performance of the card.