Question about Nvidia GeForce4 MX440SE 64MB SDR AGP with TV-Out Graphic Card
After I installed the GeForce MX440-SE video card on my E-machines T3306, I booted up the computer. The E-machines logo appears and then it is followed by a black screen. It just stays there. Windows does not load. What is the problem and how can I fix it?
I already uninstalled the old drivers of my built-in graphics so I cannot see anything when my monitor is plugged in there.
A few people have told me to go to the BIOS and disable the built-in graphics but I cannot find where.
You're video settings will be within Advanced Settings. You're manual does not show any bios menu's. I'm sure the heading Advanced will be listed at the top of one of you're menu's. You may not be able to disabe you're onboard display but you will be able to change display order & that is what you want to do. If you're system still just sits there. Power off the PC & unplug the power cord. Remove the cmos/bios battery, (Use a flat tip screw driver to help you to pop it out). Wait about 15 seconds & pop it back in. Plug the power cord back in & power up you're system. Enter the bios & try again. Change the order of the video. Save & exit. Windows should load. Rather than installing you're current CD video software, go online & download the most current display software. Other software to install DirectX 9.0c found at microsoft.
GeForce home page. http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
Driver home page for you're E-machines T3306.
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