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Problems with video card installation

Hello,
I bought a video card and when I install it into the AGP support, the computer turns on, but nothing on the screen. All the fans is on, but no keyboard, no mouse...no beeps.
I put another video card at mine -same resultat- don,t work
I verified my video card in another computer, is ok.
The driver for onboard video card is disabled;
I installed the latest versions for BIOS and Chipsets.

The configuration is:
Mobo : Intel D865GBF
Proc: Pentium4
Power: Corsair VX550W
Video card: EVGA e GeForce7600GT Superclocked


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  • ko_dinu Feb 14, 2008

    Thank you, but...the problem is still here...nothing again.

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Uninstalled your RAM, turn on your PC for about 20 seconds, shut it down and reinstalling your RAM again...

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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