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Pci express will not work

Im running a asus p5gz-mx mother board and I bought a msi n9600gt 1 gig video card but mother board wont recognize it fan running but not feed to monitor I have changed the bios setting to detect pci first but still nothing I disabled on board still nothing

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  • abrie_30 Oct 07, 2009

    I still get the video on the mother board but not from the card

  • willr001 May 11, 2010

    does it output video on the onboard one still? you mean pci-e in bios, not pci, right? (pci may still init onboard first) did you try both video heads on the graphics card (assuming dual head) otherwise, i'd try it in someone else's box, because it could be the card or your pci-e.

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Your N9600GT provides two HDMI out puts for dual display.
Even though you are currently only using one HDMI. Switch your monitor cable to the other HDMI out put. See if you now have display.
Also while in the bios allow, Page 2-27 in manual, Allocate IRQ to PCI set to [Yes]. Page 2-24, Internal Graphics Mode Select, [Disable]

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That's tough, if you're choosing to boot from the pci-e first, and it's still going to onboard, it sounds like the graphics card is bad (maybe just seated funny)

if you're disabling onboard, and it's still coming out onboard, maybe a bios update?

I'd probably try a bios update, and reseat the graphics card, then if still don't work, i'd try it in a different box or just return the card =(

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U WIL HAVE TO CHANGE THE JUMPER SETTINGS ON THE MOTHERBOARS...I HAD THE SAME PROBLEM..REFER TO YOUR USER GUIDE...IT HAS GOT DETAILED INFORMARTION

Posted on Nov 13, 2009

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