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  • Azrael SRL May 11, 2010

    What are the issues?

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    Matt Rubin May 11, 2010

    Whats happening?

  • terrencewood May 11, 2010

    what are the issues,manufactures, and os.

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My laptop is not picking up my graphics card


A graphics card upgrade is a common upgrade for computers, especially on systems intended for gaming and design.
There are many different issues that might cause your computer to not properly recognize your new graphics card.

It might take some time to isolate the graphics card issue, but most fixes are easy for a home user.

Turn off the computer and unplug the power cord from the back.
Check the physical connections of the video card.
Ensure that the power supply connector is properly attached.
Check that the card is firmly inserted into the AGP or PCI-E slot.
If you are unsure that it is installed correctly, check the manufacturer's documentation and reinstall the card.
Download the latest graphics card driver from the manufacturer's website.
In most cases, you'll be downloading from NVIDIA or ATI.
Install the proper driver for your operating system and graphics card model.
The installation process is the same for most graphics driver installations.
Click "Next" and "I accept the license agreement," choose a location to install the driver, and continue clicking "Next" until the installation is complete.
Restart the computer when prompted and check if the problem is fixed.
Installing the wrong driver can cause problems with Windows recognizing the graphics cards.

Go to "Start" and right-click "My Computer."
Choose "Properties."
Select the "Hardware" tab and click the "Device Manager" button.
Look under the "Display Adapters" section for an entry listing your graphics card.
If the entry is listed with an exclamation mark or a question mark, there is an issue with the card being detected.

Otherwise, it has been detected correctly.

Try several different versions of drivers if the card is still not recognized properly.
Check the manufacturer forums and support sections for recommended driver versions.
Some graphics cards are more stable on older versions of the card, or there may be beta drivers that will fix the issue.
Update the motherboard drivers as well. Sometimes compatibility issues between a motherboard and graphics card are fixed with new drivers.

Contact the manufacturer for a video card replacement if it is still not recognized.
Hardware issues can manifest in many ways, and it may not be possible for the card to be detected correctly with a physical problem.



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I recently upgraded my gpu and now my screen has decided to stop working. I think it may have something to do with power supply. Just need someone to confirm this before I replace it. S


It the graphics card that you installed acceptable for that computer? What was the issue with the previous graphics card?

On the back of the computer there should be row of 4 led lights. Use the link below to determine if this is still a graphics card issue.

https://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/Op745/en/UG_en/trouble.htm#wp1114558

If this is still a graphics issue then you are probably correct in needing a new power supply. Be forewarned, though, that if the power supply is having problems delivering power to support your graphics card then it may have also corrupted your motherboard. :(

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In that case the graphics card that u have mentioned might be faulty. Try downloading the latest the update for the graphics card from the manufacturer's website and check. If the same issue remains then the graphics card is faulty.

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Pls help me to solve my problem with my nvidia geforce fx5500 256mb .. the problem is my pc will restart when i tried running onlinegames with good graphics with my fx5500 256mb even these games was run in...


Hello

OK, firstly, i will suggest that you take out the graphics card and give it a good clean. When the computer restarts during game-play, it is usually an overheating issue with the graphics card itself.

So, the thing is, if you take out the graphics card fro your PC, you will notice that there is a lot of dust on the cooling fan. Use compressed air to clean the fan unit. I would further suggest that you redo the thermal paste on the CPU of the card.

Furthermore, it can only be an driver issue, so, you will be able to download the latest driver for this specific unit at the web page below.

Click HERE.

Kind regards
Andrea

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My screen only shows color stripes when i turn it on. Is it a graphic card problem?


It can be a graphics card problem as this issue comes when there is no signal to the Monitor from the Graphics Card. Other issues might be damaged cable connecting the monitor to the CPU or when the graphics card is not properly inserted in the motherboard.

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My hp slimline's screen flickers violently at times and then it calms, but sometimes my computer restarts. Sometimes on restart it will not communicate a signal to the monitor. Problem has gotten steadily...


That issue normally happens with the graphics card. I am not sure if you have a PCI or an AGP graphics card or an onboard graphics card. But for all of the issue, you can try updating the motherboard chipset driver, or the graphics card (incase you have the onboard or AGP graphics card).

Try logging in to BIOS stay for some time and check if the screen flickers. If the screen flickers still in BIOS, its a possible graphics issue

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HP Pavilion audio disappears with new graphics card.


disable the VGA integrated mode from bios first then plug the graphic card.

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I have a dell inpiron 1501 is it possibe to upgrade my graphics in any way?


Dear Sir,

Welcome to Fixya Expert zone,

By analyzing your Dell laptop model it comes with inbuilt graphics card.So you cant able to replace your graphics card,and also it is not possible to install another internal graphic card.So solution is you can buy and install external USB graphics card.

I think it helps to resolve your laptop issue.If you have any problem regarding this issue leave a feedback we were happy to assist you.

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