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Graphics Card My Gateway PC screen is completely black;it says that there is no signal.My computer is running perfectly;it's just the monitor.I followed the owner's manual to a "T" but still had no results.I phoned Gateway support and was told that the issue is most likely a graphics card problem.They said for a fee they could mail me out one and verbally guide me via phone as to how to connect the card to my pc.Question's:Any suggestions where I can purchase a graphics card besides Gateway?They want to charge me 70$ plus shipping.I have no clue if that is a fair price.And how would I go about how to connect the card myself?Any online tutorials?Thanks! Driver

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Helenak,

  • First you should check your connection from your monitor to your computer, generally it will be at the back of CPU (Computer Cabinet).
See the image: Graphics Card - 7fe1438.jpg This will be connected to your PC Video out port:
  • After connecting again try out. If no luck then you shoud buy a PCI VGA card, its easy to installed in your PC, just remove the cover and you will see a slot with white color, try to insert gentlly it will be fixed.
  • Regarding rate there are too many products, you can search at net for your need.

Thanks & Good Luck
Iqbal

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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