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I need to install a video card on a Sony VAIO VPC-EA36FM. I need instructions., video, etc.


Instructions
    • 1

      Make sure that you have the latest drivers from the manufacturer of your new video card.

    • 2

      Remove the video drivers for the current video card. Check the Start menu for any Remove utilities specifically for the current video card.

  • 3 Remove the current video card in the Device Manager. Now you're ready to install the new video card.

  • 4 Turn off the computer and disconnect it from the power source.
  • 5 Follow directions from the computer's user manual to open the case. In most cases, you'll just remove a side panel.
  • 6 Locate the AGP video slot. If there is a video card in it, remove the video card.
  • 7 Orient the new video card so that the metal bracket lines up with an open slot in the back of your computer and the gold contacts on the video card line up with the opening in the AGP connector.
  • 8 Push the new video card into the AGP slot with steady, gentle pressure.
  • 9 Connect any power cables to the power supply.
  • 10 Secure the video card in place with a screw through the card bracket into the computer case.
  • 11 Close up the case, following the computer manual's instructions.
  • 12 Reattach the power cord, monitor cable, keyboard and mouse.
  • 13 Power up your computer. Windows will detect the new video card and ask if you want to install it now. Click "OK" or "Yes."
  • 14 If prompted, direct Windows to the directory where the video drivers are located. Follow the prompts to install the drivers for the new video card.

  • BMW ACCESSORIES.

    May 31, 2012 | Sony VAIO Computers & Internet

    Tip

    INSTALLING A VIDEO CARD


    Before getting started
    1. Difficulty of installing computer video card should be a 2 out of 5.
    2. Write down important information from the top or bottom of the card such as the Model Number, Serial Number and specifications.
    3. Ensure you are familiar with ESD and its potential dangers.
    4. When physically installing the video card, ensure the computer is powered down and unplugged.
    5. Finally, verify that the computer has an available AGP slot and/or PCI slot for the video card. If you are planning on taking out your previous video card to install the new video card ensure that the slot will be compatible with your video card. Some computer cases have a proprietary AGP slot causing only certain video cards to be compatible with the computer.
    Set Jumpers
    While today most Video Cards are configured or setup through either software or through Plug-n-Play, if your Video Card has jumpers verify that the jumpers are properly set. The jumpers generally determine the IRQ resource settings.
    Additional information about resource settings can be found on our resource page.
    Install into Expansion slot
    Today, Video cards are capable of connecting into a PCI or AGP slot. Locate an available slot within the computer and gently push the card into the slot until it snaps and holds place. Once the card is in the slot, place a screw into the top of the card to hold the card into position.
    Additional information about the computer bus or expansion slots can be found on ourcomputer hardware bus page.
    BIOS setup
    Once the Video Card has been successfully physically installed into the computer, place the case back onto the computer and connect the keyboard, monitor and power to the computer (we recommend that you do not connect all the cables yet, if problems are experienced you may have to disconnect all the cables again).
    If your computer has an on-board video card, determine if the Video card can be disabled through BIOS. Turn the computer back on and as it begins booting, enter BIOS setup. If this option is not present in BIOS we recommend your review documentCH000193.
    Additional help and information about the BIOS can be found on our BIOS page.
    Software setup
    After the card has been installed, your video card should have included software drivers for your operating system.
    If the video card did not include drivers or the drivers appear not to work, you can find a listing of drivers on our video card driver page.

    on Mar 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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    Replaced video card. Now sysyem won't turn on.


    Did you connect you monitor cable to the new installed video card. You need to connect you monitor cable to the new installed video card. You need also to installed the CD driver of your video card.

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    Dell Optiplex GX620 not recognizing PCIe video cards


    Hello,

    One of two things could be doing this:

    1: Bad Video Cards
    2: Bad PCIe slot(s)

    If avaliable, I would test the video cards on a PC with a PCIe slot to verirfy if the cards are good/bad. If they work, your PCIe slot is bad and need to have the motherboard replace to correct.

    Good Luck
    C2Solutions

    Aug 27, 2009 | Dell OptiPlex GX260 PC Desktop

    1 Answer

    Cannot get a g force 5500 to work in a new hp a6700y its plugged in but will not work it has a integrated gforce 6150 in board but will not recognize the new card


    Hi..

    Make sure that your motherboard can support your new installed video card. Check also that it is plug correctly, try to remove it first and reinsert it again. Remember that the video card are not working properly if your video card driver is not installed.

    You need to installed the video card driver.

    Good luck!

    ICmanServer

    Jul 03, 2009 | Nvidia GeForce FX 5500 Video Card Graphic...

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    Video card


    http://www.directron.com/howtovideo.html

    This link covers basically everything you need to know for installing a video card. Basically you need to determine what kind of card you are going to use based on available slots on your motherboard (PCI, AGP, or PCI-E).

    Then find a new card (some really good deals on video cards at newegg.com)

    Setup is pretty easy, once you physically install the card, you usually just have run the CD that accompanies your video card to install the drivers for it. If your current video card is onboard video, then you will have to disable it in device manager in order for your new card to work properly.

    You also want to be sure your power supply is large enough to supply enough juice to your new video card.

    Jan 24, 2009 | Intel Celeron -D 2.26Ghz Computer System...

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    Installed new video card but the signal remains black


    REMOVE THE CARD AND UNINSTALL THE VIDEO CARD IN ADD REMOVE PROGRAMS. THEN REMOVE VIDEO CARD AND INSTALL DRIVERS THEN INSTALL YOUR VIDEO CARD. I HAVE THIS SAME VIDEO CARD AND HAD THE SAME PROBLEM.THIS WAS THE ONLY WAY I COULD GET IT TO WORK. ALSO YOU NEED TO DISABLE THE VIDEO CARD THAT IS ON YOUR MOTHERBOARD. YOU CAN DO THIS IN CONTROL PANEL. ADMINASTRATIVE TOOLS THEN CLICK COMPUTER MANAGEMENT THEN CLICK DEVICE MANAGER GO TO YOUR DISPLAY DRIVERS AND DISABLE YOUR GRAPHICS CONTROLER. THAT SHOULD DO IT. HAPPY NEW YEAR.

    Jan 08, 2009 | HP Pavilion A6010N (882780985575) PC...

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    Geforce 2 MX-400 (64 bit) with vista


    Before you installed the Geforce graphics card was your monitor connected to a video output on the motherboard?
    If this is he case you may have to disable the onboard video card from the BIOS.
    You can check by swapping the monitor's video connector between each of the video outputs.
    If Vista detects a video card and you had not installed the video driver, it would install standard VGA driver, you can then install the Geforce driver.

    Jan 02, 2009 | Gateway GeForce2 MX400, (64 MB) AGP...

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    Video card problem


    Hi syaricky - First with your pc off, put your old card back in. Boot your pc and when Windows finds the card, just let it install whatever drivers it wants for the video card. It may ask you to choose the card or it may say it has found the most compatible driver for that card. That is ok. Then shut it down, and install your new card. When it boots and and says do you want it to install drivers say no. Then insert your cd and install. Once installed, go to your device manager and uninstall the old card. Start>right click my computer>properties>hardware>device manager>click on the + next to display adapters. Right click on your old video card and click on uninstall.
    If this solves your problem PLEASE rate this as fixed.If not,DO NOT RATE YET. Let me know what happened. Just add a comment and I'll be happy to assist you further. Thanks. Let me know what happens.

    Jeff

    May 21, 2008 | Computers & Internet

    1 Answer

    Lost video card installer


    search the web for a free video card installer and download the driver of your exact graphic card model

    Dec 21, 2007 | ATI RADEON X1650 Xt, (256 MB) Graphic...

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