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ASUS m5a97fx pci express x16 slot stopped working no fans and no video slot #2 has fans but no video switched cards and power cables still nothing


That would indicate a problem with the MOBO since the 'Blue' PCIe x16 slot is ideally meant for the GPU. Things to try:
1. Clear CMOS (unplug the PSU for 5+ minutes) use the CMOS Jumper 5+ seconds ; see - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdHH9KrceR0
2. Boot into the BIOS and press (F5) to Load Defaults, save and shutdown.
3. Blow-out and ensure the Blue PCIe slot is clean and the GT 430 is properly seated, and to my knowledge there's no additional power (PCIe power pins) - but if there is then connect per the GPU's manual.

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/315008-30-pcie-slot-problem

Jan 14, 2017 | ASUS Computers & Internet

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PCI slots


<b><span>Most</span> <span>ATX</span></b> <span>motherboards</span> <span>provide</span> <span>at least</span> <span>four PCI</span> <span>slots</span> <span>for</span> <span>expansion</span><span>.</span> <span>Although</span> <span>these</span> <span>standard</span> <span>PCI</span> <span>slots</span> <span>for expansion</span> <span>cards</span> <span>usually</span> <span>available</span><span>, such as sound</span> <span>cards</span> <span>and Ethernet</span> <span>cards</span> <span>are</span> <span>faster</span> <i><span>PCI</span> <span>Express</span></i> <span>(</span><span>PCIe</span><span>)</span> <span>also appear</span> <span>on most</span> <span>boards</span> <span>public</span><span>.</span> <span>PCIe</span> <span>distinguish</span> <span>between them</span><span>, but</span> <span>the number</span> <span>of</span> <span>links</span> <span>or</span> <span>channels</span><span>,</span> <span>they claim</span><span>.</span> <span>For</span> <span>example</span><span>, one</span> <span>PCIe</span> <span>x16</span> <span>offers</span> <span>greater</span> <span>bandwidth of a</span><b> <span>PCIe</span></b> <span>x1</span> <span>slot</span><span>.</span> <span>(</span><span>can</span> <span>only transmit</span> <span>one</span> <span>channel</span> <span>2.5</span> <span>Gbit</span> <span>/</span> <span>s in</span> <span>each</span> <span>direction</span><span>.</span><span>)</span> <span>Therefore,</span> <span>PCIe</span> <span>x16</span> <span>graphics</span> <span>cards</span> <span>use</span> <span>as</span> <span>an Ethernet</span> <span>card</span> <span>can</span> <span>use</span> <span>x1</span><span>.</span> <span>All</span> <span>expansion</span> <span>cards that you</span> <span>use</span><span>, you must</span><span>, be compatible with the specific slot types, of course.</span><span></span>

on Jan 09, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How to add a card


open the case up then pull a slot out of the case then put it in put screw in card slot then power up then put in drivers for card

Aug 13, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to install Pci-e 16x in a pci slot


Do not put a PCI-e card in a PCI slot. It will not fit and the card won't work. The PCI card has 58 or 60 pins on each side with the slot (62 pins would be present if not for the key notches for alignment). PCIe 16x cards have 32 pins.

There are adapters to put a PCI card in a PCIe 1x slot (will fit any PCIe slot) or a PCIe1x card in a PCI slot. See http://www.amfeltec.com/index.php for a sample of the adapters. For the PCIe 16x cards, you need a new motherboard.

If you are placing a PCI-e 16x card in a PCIe 16x slot or a PCI card in a PCI slot, then open the side of your case. Locate the matching slot (remove the current card) or an empty slot depending on your motherboard. Depending on the case, you may need to remove a screw to remove the old card. Wiggle the card straight up to remove it. If you are putting in a new card, you will need to remove the cover from the slot. (For some larger PCIe 16x cards, you need to remove the adjacent slot cover as well.) Some covers just pull straight up or pry a lever up and then pull; for others, you will need to use a screwdriver to break the cover out. Make sure there is sufficient room near the slot for the card. (You may need to move other cards around.)

Then line up the card so that the back of the card will fit into the opening and the contacts on the bottom of the card are above the center of the slot. Firmly press the card down into the slot without changing the alignment. You may need to wiggle it (press down on the back and front, alternatingly). Then make sure the card is fully seated. Attach the addtional power cord from your power supply, if needed for a PCIe 16x card.

Close your case. Then if this is a new video card, turn on the computer and enter the BIOS (press F1, F2, F10, Esc depending on the machine). Disable the on-board video. Then reboot the computer and load the drivers you need for the card.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 16, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How many PCI slots available with DELL desktop


Mostly of all kinds of motherboard have 3 PCI slot an 1 PCIe slot. But there are some have more than that.

Aug 10, 2010 | Dell Dimension 5150 (DIM515MIN) PC Desktop

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Display show x300 se 64 mb bios p/n 113-a26005-100


visit www.dell corporation or amazon.com to have them available...

Jul 16, 2010 | Dell RADEON X300SE 64 MB PCIe Graphics...

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Ok, i have two things to ask 1: Where is the video card on a emachines W3503? 2: Could a video card swap be done between a W3503 and a W3052? Thank you for viewing :)


1. The emachines W3503 has an integrated ATI Radeon™ X300 based graphics card. It has also a PCI Express (PCIe x16) slot available.

2. The emachines W3052 has a NVIDIA® GeForce®4™ MX graphics card. I'm not sure whether it is integrated or not, but I'm sure that if it is not, it will be an AGP graphics card. Since The emachines W3503 has a PCI Express (PCIe x16) slot available for installing a graphics card, the swapping of graphics cards between the 2 machines is not possible since they support different types of graphics cards.

Jul 11, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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I need help choosing a video card - part 2


PCI is the older, slower format, PCIe is newer and faster, but your system MUST support PCIe or it won't work.
So easy option is to find if your system supports PCIe and then get whichever is suitable.

May 13, 2009 | Intel D101GGC Motherboard

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Upgrading graphics card onto gx280 motherboard


You need to find a "PCI Express" video card. Your Motherboard does not have an AGP slot. There are lots of them to choose from. Better to pay more now and get more memory on the video card than to regret the purchase and buy another one. IMHO

Jan 16, 2009 | Dell Optiplex GX280 (99301) Motherboard

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HELP FINDING A CARD TO FIT MY PCI SLOT


It is easy to get the PCI & PCIE stuff mixed up. PCI slots are all white doesn't matter who makes the board. PCIE however is all together different from a PCI slot. The PCIE slot sits fauther away from the back of the computer & so does a AGP. PCIE is a very long card. A PCI is not. The short slot you saw is also a PCIE slots. Not for video but more likely for network card. Most people never use them. Most likely the long slot above the short slot is a PCIE. So you want a card that is like what I'm going to list in this link.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=1559&Nav=|c:1558|&Sort=0&Recs=10
Please list the model number of your Dell & I can tell you exactly what video card you need.
please vote... I'll check back in an hour or two.

Feb 16, 2008 | ATI RADEON X1650 Graphic Card

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