Question about Sony VAIO VGC-RB42G PC Desktop
I installed a new vid card, XFX Fatal1ty 8500GT 512mb PCI-e, to meet specs i had to replace the power supply as well. the power supply works fine but when i install the new card the system will not turn on. Do i need to disable the onboard vid card, if so how do i accomplish that? Any help will be greatly apperciated.
U need to insure that the new Vid card is compatible to Ur pc. Does the pc power up without the new Vid card? If so it sounds like the card may be defective and shorts out the pc power supply.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
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