Question about Nvidia GeForce 7200 Graphic Card
I have a gateway 831GM desktop (bought it in 2005) So i decided to upgrade the video card with a GeForce 7200 GS (Nvidia product) I placed it in the PCI express x16 slot, secured and fastened. So when i went to turn it on I placed the CD in, and i get a message saying "Sorry but we do not support your VGA card" I dont know what to do? should i call gateway support? or Nvida?? Or is there another alternative? Thanks
Did you replace a video card or did you add this one. Was the original video card integrated? If it was, you need to go into setup during computer startup and disable the VGA card that is embedded in the motherboard. If you replaced a video card, you need to go into add/remove programs in the control panel and uninstall all references to the old card.
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