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Why won't this Video Graphics Card work correctly???

Followed every step and yet my computer acts as if my new Video Card is a attachment Video Source

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Re: Why won't this Video Graphics Card work correctly???

When i installed the nvidia geforce fx 5200 video card while playing game with will stick and unstick in about 2 seconds......what should i do to fix this problem..

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Re: Why won't this Video Graphics Card work correctly??? - Graphics Cards

Change the video settings in your BIOS.

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After installing new ATI HD4670 video card on my Gateway zx6810 I boot system hear no beeps computer powers on but screen is black


Is this new video card the only video source on the PC (i.e. there is no other VGA connections on the PC)?

Without knowing the make and model of the PC, I will list the most common issue when replacing the video card in a PC.

1. Connect the monitor to each available VGA connection and boot the computer - to see if any VGA output is working

2. When you find a working VGA output, go into BIOS and change the VIDEO settings to either allow BOTH the onboard and add in video OR allow the add in video only. Save the changes and turn the computer off.

3. Move the video cable to the add in video card, turn the computer on and see if the BIOS is using the new Video card

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Black Monitor, (NO SIGNAL FOUND)

Start your computer with monitor attached to the onboard graphics poart,
go to bios,
search for graphics setting and change it to PCIE.

Exit while saving changes connect your cable to graphics card port.

This will solve ur problem.

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I'm using an PNY NVS300 PCIe X1 on a Dell R200 computer with Windows Server 2003 R2. My computer always freezes at the log in screen of Windows and I can't even get in to install drivers. Can you...

you will have to try safe mode (f8 when booting just after bios posts or hold left shift key while system boots untill sign on screen appears)or a different card as that one as well as most high end cards won't have windows 2003 server support. In some cases the vista driver can work(note 32 vs 64 bit as it applies). It would probably work if you used a standard VGA driver as an alternate with the card in question.

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Using Windows XP with a terrible, terrible video card. Will not go above 640x480 resolution. Only has 8mb video ram and Windows won't let me raise past that. Was wondering if there was any way to force...

if windows does not have the correct driver for the graphics card the resolution may be stuck at a "safe" setting, try downloading and installing a graphics driver, if the graphics card is very old and its maximum resolution actually is 640x480 there is no way other than replacing the card to achieve a higher resolution

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My hardware does not work properly.

Have you installed the latest video drivers for it. With the correct and up-to-date video drivers the card will run more effectively and the way it should.
Just go to the AMD download support website.

Step 1) Desktop Graphics
Step 2) Radeon HD Series
Step 3) Radeon 5xxx Series PCIe
Step 4) Then select your operating system
Then click Display Results.

Download the Catalyst Software Suite, it should be around 52.2MB.

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Do we need a new graphics card for a monifor that is going to sleep? The monitor (an HP that came with the computer) doe not work and wonder if a new card will correct the problem.

Hi there,

Your monitor does not have graphics origination hardware so much as input recognition of the video card in your computer tower.

Borrow a monitor from a friend and see if your computer displays normally on it. If it does, you need a new monitor. If it doesn't, your computer needs a new video card or has other motherboard issues.

It's just that simple.

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Physically remove nvidia 8600gt video card from

The video card is in the AGP slot on the motherboard.
There will be a plastic clip at the back of the slot that needs to be pressed to release the back of the graphics card.
When you insert the new graphics card this clip should automatically lock in the new card.

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Added a ge force 8400 gs pci grfx card to hp a6120n monitor

Alright, let's give this a shot. Your system can handle it as the card only needs 71W of power.

Right-click your desktop and go to properties.


Afterward select the tab at the top reading, "Settings."


Now select your new video card in the, "Display" region and choose the device to be your, "Primary Monitor."


Afterward try plugging the monitor into your new graphics card. It should work just fine.

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You must uninstall the drivers of your old card before installing the new card and drivers.
Also make sure the BIOS is set to automatically check what you are using, onboard video (if available) or graphics card.

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to: Svodon,
it shows that you the video card you installed having loose contact try to dismantle then clean with pencil eraser the contact points(bronze color) on both sides wipe with clean cloth make sure no residues of eraser before you install to prevent mis contact. after cleaning make sure you will install firmly. ihope this will help your problem and hoping your positive response

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