It was worked for one day and from second day it was not detecting.
I re-inserted it and I checked the BIOS settings, nothing is working, but my on-board VGA is working fine. Fan on the graphic card rotating, when I installing the Nvidia drivers it throws a error message says no such hardware detected.
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As far as the detection of your card goes, you need to go to bios setup and check if your 'on board graphics' is enabled, it should be disabled. i can help further if you give your motherboard model number.
the problem with the vertical lines may be that there is dust in your cards PCI socket on your motherboard or the pins on your card might have got damaged when you were cleaning them.
If I were you I'd try to insert another geaphics card in the mobo, if it does detect that one the graphics card is broken, if it doesn't try updating bios.
If that doesn't help either, the mobo has failed.
You can try to contact the manufacturer of the broken art, see if they have any tips, but I guess broken is broken.
contact the shop / place you purchased it from and they should be able to give you info of where to send it and what to do - they should have a section on there website where you can go through the return process and you will most likely need to get an RMA number to authorise the return / replacement.
The XFX NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT 256MB DDR3 PCI Express card uses two DVI ports on the back of the card. Display is most likely coming from the second port. Try moving your monitor cable to the next DVI port. You can do this while your system is running. If you still do not receive display, post that here & we'll go over some other possibilities.
Good luck rohit1987!
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Have you tried the non functioning video card in another computer?
Did it work?
If not, replace it.
If yes, have you tried taking the card out and reseating it? This will be done anyway if you try it out on another computer and then put it back into yours.
Is this card one of those that require a separate power feed to it? Is this connected? Does the lead join the harness up near the Power Supply or way down near the end of the harness? (this makes a difference to the amount of power available and can cause the video card to malfunction if the voltage is too low).
Sorry I don't have an immediate answer, there are too many variables.