I'm in a dilemma. my card is not working.it only showing me the bios details of the card. normally after that my mobo bios screen should show ,but nothing happens....it shows some problems before like flickerings in my screens ,freezing screens etc.after that i restarted my pc then no booting is the result.i unplugged the card and running on onboard vga and no problem at all.please help...
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If the pc works the same when you boot in Safe Mode then the video card has failed - buy a new one.
If the pc works in Safe Mode then the video driver is corrupted - uninstall it then reboot normally then go here and download the latest available driver. http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
This is a BIOS problem, you have to boot to BIOS config menu, do it by pressing f1 or f2 or f10 on boot splash screen, browse the menus and find an option like 'init display first' or something like that, set it to Pcie or AGP, depending on your motherboard, reboot and voila!, have a nice day
well i know the problem so well, driver installs fine and when system runs it wont load the driver.. i had the same problem and the solution is so easy, just update the BIOS for ur mobo. and after new BIOS when system boots u will be surprised
Hi, if you have got the drivers for this v/card then load them while you have your present one in place, if you dont have the drivers then go to the manufacturers website and get them . when you have loaded the drivers then check if you need to enable any changes in your bios. Change the card and if it is functional then you should have solved your problem. A card that advanced needs drivers far greater than you would find in XP.
There are different reasons why this might happen. Let's try some.
1.) Does your board have an onboard video card, cause if it does, then XP might be using that as the primary monitor. TRy plugging into the onboard video when you start up! If that works then you need to disable the onboard video.(try disabling it in bios!)
if not then
2.)When booting at the select xp or recovery console, press F8. You'll get the menu with safe mode and what not. Go down to Enable VGA Mode then press enter. If that works, go to display settings and lower your resolution then restart. But usually when this happens your monitor says "Out of Range" but u can still try
Well if that doesn't work, tell me more!