Hi - Uber - first off - I'm going to answer your question so you could rate this fixed for answering your question. Otherwise please don't rate 'cause helpful just makes my ratings go down. You sure got an eye for a really nice graphics card. I wish I could afford this one for my pc. Unfortunately it is only for desktops. I still can't believe you just picked this one out. This baby rocks. I'm sorry it's not for laptops. Good choice though. There are a few things to cosider when looking to upgrade your card for a laptop: it's more expensive, it usually requires a professional to install, age of the laptop, why you want to upgrade. There may be other ways to improve the performance to get the results you're looking for.
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Hello sifian_786, did you try to uninstall old video driver and restart computer and go to nvidia website and download latest driver for you video card and install, restart computer this should solve problem you have, are you trying to run dual LCD monitors ?
Now, you have TWO video-cards in your computer.
Either remove the "old" video-card,
or enter BIOS SETUP, and configure your computer to indicate which is the "primary" and which is the "secondary" video-adapter.
Or, within BIOS SETUP, just "disable" the "old' one.
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well...the 7300 GS is not quite a powerfull board. frst it may be a problem if the card really support the tv out.. However,if it is just a driver/codec problem,I suggest you to reinstal the windows.the drivers and codecs which you repetedly used can harm your windows registers. after all this,if the problem persists,you can try instaling and older version of Nvidia driver..many times this old drivers work better.. bye