Question about MSI N9600GT-T2D512, PCI Express Video Card

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I have this msi n9600 gt 1gig ddr3 video card and I using an asus p5gz-mx motherboard and I cant get video from the card the on board one works but not the pci express slot . I have gone into bios and changed in the advanced setting the boot prioity to pci but nothing is happening still card running but no video

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  • abrie_30 Oct 07, 2009

    do you mean with out the card hooked up just with on board then change to pci

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Have you install the drivers

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