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How do I hook up the card to the pc monitor and a television. how do I get it to work on both or toggle back and forth

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Go to nvidia settings or nvidia control panel.... look in the diffrent tabs...you will see duel display in one of the tabs...activate that...

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You may also have your resolution/refresh rate set to high for the new monitor.
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So, it is a triple toggle type switch, such that hitting it once, turns off the internal screen. Hitting it twice turns it off while the external screen is working, and hitting it a third time, allows the internal screen to work while the external screen works, too. That way, you can see your external application working, while you're able to focus on the application on your laptop itself.
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Your PC is still using your old graphics processor to boot up.
To change this turn your PC off. Hook you monitor up to the old display port. Turn your PC on and press F10 to enter the BIOS.
Select Peripherals > Int Graphics Processor and set it to PCI.
Save and exit. Turn your PC of, hook to monitor back to your new graphics card and you're all set!

BTW, 200 watts in plenty for that PCI card. nVidia always suggests more than you need to be safe. I had that same PC and card : D
Be sure to check out the amazing Z-Tweaked 82.12 drivers for that card (XP, or forced on vista and win7). The 185.81 by side are a step down but still very good (vista win7).

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I just got a computer and it worked when we were packing it up. Before we put the computer up my friend wanted to see if he could put a newer video card into it. Well it didn't fit so he put the old one...


he didnt push the card all the way down simple open it back up pull card out and "you" push the card back into slot
the bar on should be flush with case

i hope your friend didnt put it on something that had electrical charge that staticed the card to death
but more than likely he didnt push the card down all the way make sure monitor cable is tight and flush with card in back of comp
if you still dont get picture try another monitor you could have damaged something in monitor in your move

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