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Thanks man The situation is still that it's pretty much up and running but no video... don't know if it is the video card or the motherboard! :(

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Replace the video card

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Since most modern motherboards with on-board graphics are designed to switch automatically to a PCI / PCIE add-on card, you have already sort of answered your question. In many of theses situations, if the motherboard's on-board video has failed and it has not provided you any indication that it knows the video has failed (POST codes), then it will most likely not know that you have installed the add-on card and make the switch.

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you may even find a new graphics card won't help. you are most likley suffering from an overheated northbridge. there not usually monitored for temp this is on the MB so, not good news as this will eventually go dead. and even re- greasing at this point won't help. however. by disassembling both the video card and northbridge heat sinks. you should find one of them pretty dried out.

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I want a graphics card for 81845GVM-RZ motherboard......please help me


Hi,
Your motherboard is old one.
For adding the new graphics card you need to have the PCI Express x16 slot in motherboard
Your motherboard is not having this slot.
Buy a new motherboard.

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Not play game warcraft III, AGP Texture acceleration not available


Hi.
This is pretty simple, all you need to do is update your video drivers to the latest available.

I don't know if you have a video card installed, or if it is onboard video, otherwise I would give you the link to where you would need to go to update it.

I hope this helps you out, and have a good day.

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I have had the unit for a year and a half and it started running hot and evidently burning out the support chips on the video card. It was repaired by an official Toshiba repair facility. The repair...


On the X305 the video card is actually 3 boards sandwiched together. there are 2 actual video cards plus the SLI control board. I have a feeling that Toshiba was just replacing the failed board and not actually addressing the cause. In your case I would say that either the SLI control board is faulty or there is an active component on the motherboard that is causing an over voltage issue in one of the video cards. In any case you are looking at some pretty serious money to get this issue resolved. I personally would try a reflow on all 3 graphics boards and if that didn't work I would look to replacing the motherboard and the video cards.

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Please i want to know the model of graphics card


The D915GAV motherboard supports PCI-E video cards. This is currently the standard for new video cards so pretty much any new PCI-E video card should be supported by the board.

You may require higher power output so you may want to ensure that the wattage on your power supply is sufficient for the new video card.

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Driver for integrated video card


Use Unknown Devices and past the output of it on here please...
http://files3.majorgeeks.com/files/4c6515356f214aa275e07ddbbd922a5e/systeminfo/UKD_14-20_Beta.zip

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No display with ASUS M2N-E Motherboard


Repeat the procedures you learned , the exact same procedures apply to all situations

With certan motherboards you may still not see any video output
Which may mean an incompatability with the motherboard or defect

My advice is to plug in a CRT to the primary video port as a first step to getting video

Primary video port can also be the onboard video

Once you've got video you can begin the process of shutting down the onboard video and inserting
your new video card , with some motherboards if the person adds a new agp video card the system will automaticaly shut down the onboard video and use the new agp video card


BEFORE adding a new AGP video card
Don't forget to install ALL of your Microsoft Windows Critical Updates and Service Packs
because they will contain information and files that some computers require in order to function
properly with Nvidia Graphics Cards

That is especialy true of the FIC nforce2 motherboard.

You're in the zone.

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Blank, black screen computer turns on, but the screen remains black. can hear the cpu running but cant see anything


Has this been happening on a regular basis? When did this start? If you have a separate video card are you capable of disconnecting it from the motherboard and attaching the monitor to the built in video?

Also as strange as this seems, I have seen some instances of a blank screen where motherboard ram not seated properly can lead to a no post situation.

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