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Pci e video card not recognized by windows 7 32 or the bios

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You must connect a monitor to it otherwise it will not be recognized (disconnect the monitor from the onboard connector before that). If you can't see anything - even the BIOS - this way eiter:
1 - the card was installed incorrectly;
2 - the card needs extra power - connect that;
3 - the card is dead.

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