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When i plug in my pc express card nvidida ge-force gx 6600 gt, my computer does not support and my monitor always goes to sleep!! tell me what i have to do with it@@

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If your Windows booting and monitor goes to sleep after booting.. try this.. press F8 while booting.. Open your XP with "VGA Mode" from the option.. Correct the Monitor Resolution to 1024 x 768.. Good Luck

Posted on May 29, 2010

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Either your monitor is bad or the video card inside the computer is bad. To isolate the problem try a different monitor on the computer. Borrow a monitor from a neighbor, friend, relative or co-worker. If the borrowed monitor works, then your original monitor is bad. If the Borrowed monitor does not work, then the video card inside your computer is bad.

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My monitor goes in sleep mode after few seconds. how to swich off sleep mode on monitor?


Just go to Power Option of your computer under the >CONTROL PANEL
> click the power option and you will see the
>balanced
click change plan settings
>turn off the display to "NEVER"
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> Put the computer to Sleep to "NEVER"

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I plug the monitor cable in and the monitor lights up saying "no video source". I turn the computer on, and the screen lights up saying the same thing, and it says the monitor is going to sleep. I have...


Check your Motherboard
1. If no display open your system box - in your Biostar motherboard - 1 Lithium Battery - Remove this battery - in battery holder - shot the entire two point with any metal - like Screw Driver - and immedietly Press On button.
your problem will be solve

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My monito is not getting signal


if your monitor says no signal and goes to sleep when your pc is on then the first thing to check is if it's plugged into the correct socket. I've had people tell me yes to this question and when I see them all I do is plug the monitor into the right socket. They had an additional graphics card as well as the on board graphics output. If this is not the issue then the graphics output is probably shot, add new graphics card or replace motherboard.

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My max pixels av available to chose on NVidia Ge Force 8500 GT is 1074 x 768, why? I use a vx2235wm monitor. I should have alot higher pixel option.


if your monitor is vx2235wm and GRAPHIC CARD is NVidia Ge Force 8500 GT then it will shown much higher resulation then 1024 x 768

reinstall your Graphic CARD drivers, and then check your resulation is much higher then before ,

Sep 29, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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I have a Dell Optiplex GX 520 that recently had an NVIDIA GE Force 6200 video card added to it, in order to run dual display. The machine now takes 4-5 minutes to boot and is "challenged" when it finally...


I use the same card in one of my machines with no issues at all. It is used to drive a 50" sony lcd.

All I can suggest based on my experience of this card is to remove the drivers and install the latest ones

I have always Nvidia cards to work better at dual display especially in DUALVIEW where you can set individual resolutions so easily.

Check that it is not somthing else holding down your boot times.

Aug 24, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex GX520 PC Desktop

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No Signal To my Monitor and no beep.


First refix the RAM and Pci graphic card.
Pull cmos cell from mother bord for 15 minutes then put again into its position then all settings are defaults.
Then if still face problem then check with other RAM.

Aug 13, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Added a ge force 8400 gs pci grfx card to hp a6120n monitor


Alright, let's give this a shot. Your system can handle it as the card only needs 71W of power.

Right-click your desktop and go to properties.

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Afterward select the tab at the top reading, "Settings."

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Now select your new video card in the, "Display" region and choose the device to be your, "Primary Monitor."

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Afterward try plugging the monitor into your new graphics card. It should work just fine.

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You need to have a card with Pixel Shader 2.0 and above, like the nvidia geforce 6600 GT, 6600 or 6600 le. However, those cards are PCI Express cards. If you have a AGP slot, look for any AGP card with Pixel Shader 2.0 and above. Cheers

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