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Uable to install driver without screens going black

Upon installation and re-boot, screens go black, and have to shut-off and start again in safe-mode, do a backup restore so i can function again. Tech support was hopeless. using this video card along with original Geforce MX440 so I can use a third screen. Have the 6200 connection using Dvi/VGa adapter on third screen. The other two connected my original card. There was some suggestion about power supply not being adequate (180w) by tech support, it is borderline but should work. Also, instructions given on Nvidia site say to disable downloader accelerator and virus protection running in background (which tech support failed to mention). Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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I would first off agree with the power supply.. I don't think it is enough to power both cards. I would recommend upgrading. Also, is one AGP and the other PCI? Also, it is possible that your motherboard is incapable of using 2 cards..

When you install the driver, are you trying to install just the driver (ie select from location) or the whole package? It's possible that it is trying to install over the existing driver for the old card, and have an issue...

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Its like putting rollerskates on your dog - you maybe be lucky to get him walking faster and such but what are you trying to prove? just be normal and your pc will behave fine

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