Question about HP PAVILION M8200N PC Desktop
I bought a new video card and installed in expansion slot. The same problem. Is it possible I didn't plug power supply up correctly?
Most of new computers recognize cards when we add them, but we should have install perfect drivers. Whether we install or not, display must show pictures with low resolution. Just check your CMOS settings. Select video card instead of on board video.
Posted on Jan 04, 2014
It is more likely that the setting in CMOS is wrong
As computer boots ENTER SETUP Video choose PCI not onboard
Posted on Jan 03, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: HP PAVILION 760n
tell me if there is something i need to know like: what were the things that you've doing with your computer before the problem happened?? are there any recent hardware/software changes?? tell also your OS- is it XP or Vista...
first, let's try to check if the problem is with the monitor or not,okey? try unplugging the monitor blue connector at the back of the tower.and make sure that your monitor is turned-on.If you can see a colored bars displayed.you monitor is okey.if not, try a known good monitor...if it woks the problem is with the old monitor.(resolved)
2 (if not)
Now, complelely turn off your computer and try reseating all the cables, and your hardware components such as memory,video card,IDE cable and so on. but before doing so, unplug the power cable and then push the power button to drain the power.after reseating everything, plug back the power cable and turn on computer.try listening to the tower,tell me if you can hear some beeps also.
if no video issue is still there, try putting a known good video card if you have any.if a known good video card works then the problem is with the old one..
if the problem is still there after everything that you've done try calling the manufacturer. this is lead to a motherboard problem but try to call them first.
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
Boot up into the setup, usually F2- in the video section look to be able to make a change from Onboard to PCI ...apply-save change and exit ...also make sure you have connected the monitor to the correct area...I , like a big dummy, have often just hooked it up to the first blue socket i saw and of course...not much happens.
I hope this helps you Fred, (if it came with drivers install them)
please leave rating, thank you kindly
Posted on May 04, 2009
SOURCE: Video Card upgrade
as i can c you have a power suply of 200 wats in your pc (correct me if im not right) the GeForce 9400GT is proved not to use a lot of power. but the problem is that your pc is small and it would not get enough ventilation unless you buy a separate fan try it out
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
Make sure you plug in any auxiliary power cables are are required for the video card.
Is the card used. Has it ever shown signs of life?
Go into windows via integrated graphics and install the latest drivers.
After that I would go into your bios with integrated graphics and turn off intergrated graphics. Look around if there's like a setting that's like switch to PCIx graphics or something. After the restart try to use your monitor though your video card.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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