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It tuns on then it turns on basicaly 4 second after you press start it has a 350w power suply gigabyt graphics card windows 7 buld 7600

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To put it simply the power source is too weak. Get on that is at least 450W for a no name or 400W certified one.

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Not neccessarily. Depending on the power rating, your 350W PSU may not be strong enough to power this card.

I would get a new PSU anyway. They are cheap nowadays and yours is very small. It will barely be enough to boot up the computer and its devices let alone a power hungry graphics card

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If you want to be sure about this, the best way to go, is to visit the site of the manufacturer of this graphic-card and see if they provide drivers for Windows 7. If they do,. you're OK.

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Acceso a bios

Look at the bottom of the monitor screen, when the manufacturer logo comes up


Look for -> enter BIOS Setup <- and the key to press

If Windows loads, let it load. Then turn the computer off normally.
(WinXP: Start > Turn Off Computer > Turn Off )

If Windows does NOT load, press the CTRL key, ALT key, and DELete key AT THE SAME TIME. (Not shouting)

Or press the Power On button, and hold in for a count of 10 seconds.

AS SOON AS you press the Power On button, start tapping on that enter BIOS Setup - key.

Tap in 2 second intervals.

If you hear beeps ignore them.
They are Stuck Key Error Code beeps, and it is you that is doing it

This method will get you into BIOS Setup.


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You need to access the BIOS to disable the on-board video. Do you have Windows 7 installed or have you upgraded to Windows 8?

For Windows 7, turn off the computer and then turn it back on. After pressing your on switch press Delete repeatedly to access the BIOS. (Some computers use Tab or another key, you should see a screen indicating the correct key.) If Windows starts to load, try again. (I usually have to try 3-4 times to press the key at the correct time following the POST.)

For Windows 8, the boot sequence can be too fast to hit the key. Use the Advanced Restart option. Access the Charms menu and choose Settings > General > Advanced Startup. Alternatively, Charms > Settings > Power > press Shift and then select Restart. This should give you a Boot options menu and you'll be able to access the BIOS from that.

On my machine, I need the Advanced BIOS and then the System Agent Configuration. Then I select Initiate Graphics Adapter. Your BIOS may be slightly different. Go through your VGA graphics for disabling the on-board graphics and enabling the correct PCI/PCI-e graphics option.

I hope this helps.

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Want to upgrade graphics

Your right, both cards will be quite an inprovement in graphics. Your weak link is going to be the CPU, Your specs say AMD Semperon 3200 1.8GHz. Your power supply is a 300w, right? The EVGA 01G-P3-1302-LR has a MIN. 350w., you should be OK. The GIGABYTE GV-R435OC-512I Min. 300w. PCIE 2.0 : Both sound good for you , I have both ATI/AMD and Nvidia in laptops and desktops. I like Nvidia. It's your choise, of course, Both are a lot of bang for the bucks. They do get Hot, so keep them as cool as you can. Both have fans! If the graphics card starts giving you little issues, upgrade the PSU to say 400w. Remember, every device you add requires a bit more power.Enjoy!

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Boots up without images on the screen

The graphics card in the PC is very likely faulty. It is possible to remove the graphics card and reconnect the monitor cable to the onboard graphics. Look on youtube for help on removing the graphics card (try a search for iq772). The monitor connector is at the front of the motherboard, near to the graphics card. re-connect it to a similar connector to the left to use the on-board graphics.

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Hello all, I have Asus P7P55D pro motherboard. Core I5 2.66ghz CPU 8GB DDR3 ram 750watt PSU 3 x Gigabyte 9800gt 1GB (not SLI) Windows 7 home premium 64bit 6 x AOC 19" monitors (resolution...

Sound like you have a great setup, plenty of power. There seems to be problems with compatability with software of certain products after the download of Windows 7. With graphics cards they sometimes recommend uninstalling software before Windows 7 and, reinstalling after. What I recommend is, uninstall your Gigabyte software and reinstall updated software. you can do this here:
Option 1
Choose product-click and scroll to "graphics card" and selct
By chipset series-click and scroll down to "GeForce 9800GT and select
Model name--click and select "GV-1198TSL-1GI
Then click search.
You can choose driver , bios, manual, etc. downloads
Click on "drivers" select your operatinf system, "windows 7 64 bit
Your download will come up. Click on your download and install.

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The computer turn's on then basicaly right away turns off we checkted the computer but we count find anything wrong windows 7 buld 7600 350w auses p5gd1-fm/s please help

check operating temperatures, check core temp of the processor and memory modules, you can do that by looking at its bios, and locate about system health, if the processor is to hot it would shut off, also check your drivers, if it is booting up to desktop the after sometime shuts off, try locating drivers that are not compatible. better yet re-install the os itself then this time try to load exact drivers for your motherboard

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Old Geforce 7300 works fine on Windows XP, when I insert Ati x1600, the motherboard fan turns for two seconds, then stops, the system will not boot. I have a 400W power supply, even though the ATI X1600...

1-go into safe mood and verify that the card is recognized
2-if you cant enter safe mood for some reason use ati flash just type atiflash -i
3-if you cant boot at all then try using a pci card and check for the cards status

either your power supply is faulty or something in the bios maybe should give more info

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