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Fitted new Asus gt220 graphics card but all I get is black screen showing memory test (really slow) Then warning message saying system may be overclocked and nothing else. Have put back old geeforce 7300 gs and everything is fine. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.Asus P5V-VM DH motherboard. 400gb hard drive. 4000mb ram. Intel dual core 3.4 x 2 64 bit. . Phoned shop but didnt want to know

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Your Asus graphics card seems to have temperature issue.Go to the bios and increase the fun speed or buy a cooler.

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Did you turn your current graphics card down to 256 colors(more then likely your old video card is built into the motherboard). You have to do that before you install the card or that may be causing your error.
Keep me posted,

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Your PC keeps restarting because while playing your video card is highly solicited,and this causes overheating. The solution to your issue is to buy a cooling fan and attach it to the cooling grid.

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Firstly, check that you have latest graphics driver or not.
If not then download the latest driver of your graphics driver.
After that remove your old graphics driver and install the latest graphics driver and then install the latest DirectX 9.0c also for Win XP.

Note : After each and every installtion just restart you machine.

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Also, if that card has dual outputs, such as 2 DVI connectors, try connecting your monitor to the other one.

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No it is not compatible. Best thing you can do is, get in contact with your supplier, make sure you can return goods with complete packaging, explain you ordered the wrong item and you would like to exchange for the correct specs card.

You should have to much difficulty, CCL I understand are only to please assit?

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4) The repair situation (3), reboot windows into
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Also some video cards have multiple outputs, which are
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