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Is that graphics card compatable with your system?
Just because it fits the slot, it may not provide enough power.
If it is ok with your system. Have you tried uninstalling the old drivers first.
Did you take your old graphics card to the shop to make sure you where buying the correct type?
Some new cards also need extra power from a power lead from your PSU
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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