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New motherboard and graphics card can only get into bios scrambled graphics any ideas gurus???

Guys i really need your help after problems with my ecs board and set up i thought sod it build a new one anyway ,.im using my old drives on my new build i built it today along with a new gt 7600 gt pointof view card

i cant boot into windows gets so far in safe mode then restarts same in normal mode,,then u get scrabled graphics like my graphics card is up the pan,,,im not sure its a bios issue with my new asus p5n-e -sli is there anything i can check in the bios ,,or update..its a new board new cpu new graphics card and case...as i say i can get into bios..but for some reason its boots then for 30 secs reboots or goes into scrambled graphics ...i tryed different memory same probs...so werid....puling my hair out here :)

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    gazzauk Nov 30, 2007

    it does not even get that far into windows its gets a little way ..the scarambles pixels i think its the card...i even have the problem when i reboot it scrambles the no signal screen

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When inin safe mode the grapics card will intialize in default mode please reduse the resolution if that doesnt work that means u dont have the orginal driver for the graphics card please find the orginal driver version which is compactable with ur OS versionand ur graphics card

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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    rajesh raman Nov 30, 2007

    as u said u can get iin to the safe mode enter the safe mode uninstall the grapics driver and reinstall the drivers with compactable with the graphics card and ur OS in safe mode it will set to default mode so u would be able to enter the safe mode

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