Question about ATI RADEON X1650 Graphic Card
One of two things I 'see'.
1.Not to insult you, but do you have the monitor plugged into the graphics card? Hey! I've had people do it! They plugged the monitor back into the motherboard VGA port. (If you don't have a DVI connector on your monitor cable, there is an adapter you can buy. VGA to DVI. Make sure you get the Female VGA to Male DVI version)
2.You have a driver conflict. Even after you removed the old drivers, there are still drivers giving you a hassle. The drivers CD for your ATI needs to be installed first. Load the software, shut the computer down, unplug it from the surge protector, THEN install the ATI graphics card.
If you install a graphics card first, before installing the software for it, Windows will recognize that a new device has been installed, and try to match up it's generic drivers.
Then Windows goes 'crazy' trying to decide which drivers it should use.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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