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Graphics Problem im not sure.. it was working fine before and then one day it decided to shut off.. everytime i attach my graphics card, the cpu wont turn on..its just been a couple months use.. its brand new., i think my video card has a problem or, did i miss any special configuration? because when i bought the cpu the video card is included. so i dont know if you shoud configure something in the bios for you to run this video card..thanks for the replies..

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  • aya sagara Jul 22, 2009

    tnx for the reply, it used to work fine before, but then one day my pc stopped booting , so i try to find what cause it. and then i try removing the graphics card, and after that the pc boots up normaly. and everything is fine, except offcourse poor graphics resolution. could it be that my graphics card is bad? although it has been use for couple of months.. or is there any special configurations to be done before installing this graphics card.? actually i have to machine of the same type , and the other graphics card, when installed, it distorts the resolution of my pc.. im have two pc of the same specs and the same graphics card, both gt 7300.. thanks again for your reply

  • David Shaub May 11, 2010

    Normally, when a graphics card is installed, it is left in. Removing it and reinstalling it can cause conflicts.

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If you're downloading games, clean your system. Viruses, malware & spyware. Clean the registry. Install protection against these types of junk ans reinstall the card, along with any software that came with it. It should run okay. There are a lot of junk tags that come along with a lot of downloaded programs, especially games.

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Some of the video cards require extra power from the power supply and come with a PC E connector I am not sure weather this is your case or not but I sure would look into it if i were you.

Just my advice

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Ahem.

Driver: Small piece of software that allows the Operating System to communicate with a device.

The device in question is the graphics chipset.

The Operating System is now Windows 7 64-bit.

You were running Windows XP -> 32bit

(Have you got audio? Sound)

This is why I repeatedly try to tell people;

LOOK TO SEE IF DRIVERS ARE AVAILABLE,
before trying to upgrade to frickin Windows 7!

http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?SLanguage=en&m=M4A785TD-V+EVO&p=1&s=24

Yes sir; sure are.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Integrated_circuit

The reason Windows XP blue screened is because the Integrated Graphics of the Asus M4A785TD-V motherboard couldn\'t handle the game.

You need a graphics card. A PCI Express graphics card inserted into the BLUE PCI Express x16 expansion slot, on the motherboard.

(Remember; Install the software F-I-R-S-T, then unplug from power, FOLLOW Anti-Static Precautions; and THEN physically install the graphics card.
Software; The Installation Disk for the graphics card.
Has the Drivers, and user interface.
User Interface: Catalyst Control Center for ATI graphics cards;
Nvidia Control Center for Nvidia graphics cards)

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these posts are endless here, truely
had to google it ah a DESKTOP
old Pentium 4 processor
circa 2003 , tiny HDD, and memory. old, Goodwill has 1000s parked.

well it can be many things,
did you remove all the cards first, (yes all)
does that hold up power? now?
it will beep, like that, if video car is pulled
and then pull memory, and it will give the ram missing beep codes
all this is covered in the great HP service books.,
beep codes and all
the power switch can be bad or the line cord. to wall. bad.
the power switch unplugs and you can short its 2 pins
to turn on PC< hold up now>?
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you can strip it down, to just mobo and PSU
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