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I installed a new graphix card today and when i rebooted my computer, my insignia 2.0 power computer speakers stopped producing sound. I tried to go on the dev's site numerous times but there is something...


Ok so now we know that its not working in conjunction with another card, most likely cause is that its trying to draw too much power and your PSU cannot support it.
Tricky thing to work out, but its not impossible. Find out what wattage your PSU is and then use the PSU calculator (I'll link one below) to see how much your pc is drawing (roughly). If its close to the margins then we can pretty much say thats what it is for definite, although I'm pretty sure it is anyway. Another test would be to test it without the graphics card in it thats possible, I dont know if you have an alternative graphics port?
Here is the calculator:
http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

Oct 29, 2010 | Insignia 2.1 Speaker System (3-Piece)

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I have a insignia tv and want to connect my computer to it what do i need


You will need a tv that has an S-Video input jack on it and a computer with a graphics card that has an S-Video output jack on it. And finally an S-Video cable with male connectors on each end.

That's it. Connect the cable between the tv and computer and set the tv's input to "S-Video" and off you go.

Jun 17, 2010 | Insignia LCDTV26 26 in. Television

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I need to know Insignia remote code


You can find many universal remote control codes at InsigniaProducts.com, just search for your TV model number and click on the Support Tab.

Feb 09, 2010 | Insignia LCDTV26 26 in. Television

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I bought a GeForce 8400 gs graphics card for my insignia d300


U need to make sure graphic card driver and directx is installed.

Jul 19, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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What video card would be compatable with a insignia computer model d300?


I would recommend any of the Nvidia or ATI video cards that come in the PCI format. Your computer only has PCI slots. These are the older slot types, so your options will be limited for brand new cards, but there's still plenty out there. As long as the slot type is PCI and the chipset is a major manufacturer, it should work with no problem. Do NOT get any video card that says "PCI Express" or "PCI-X" - they won't fit.

Jul 18, 2009 | Insignia Computers & Internet

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Code for cable TV remote - 26" Insignia 720p HDTV


I just bought a 32" Insignia NS-LCD32-09 using the Cox (suddenlink) remote and the code 0463 worked fantastically for me, Thanks!

May 01, 2008 | Insignia LCDTV26 26 in. Television

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The fact that you don't see the insignia splash screen tells me it's not looking good for your computer.

- Have you tried another working monitor with your computer? It could be your monitor died.

- Where is your monitor plugged in on your computer? To the mainboard or a graphics card? It could by your onboard graphics or graphics card has died. Try switching, if possible.

- Have you tried reseting your BIOS? You'll need to open your computer case and look for 3 small metal pins with a connector connecting to two of those pins (it should be on the lower-right hand of the motherboard when you open your case). However, depending on your computer ability, I would generally hold this off.

Unfortunately, without actually being there and without the proper equipment, there's not much I can do. If none of the above helps, then you'll need to open your computer case, and do some equipment checks, however this is only for people who have built computers before and know what they're doing. If you can get a friend thats knowledgeable in building computers to take a look at your computer, then definitely go that route.

All I can do is direct you to the product specifications of your motherboard (the D400a has a D845GVSR motherboard)

http://support.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/D845GVSR/

Click "Manual" under System resources and download your language version of choice. Good luck.

Apr 03, 2008 | Insignia D300a PC Desktop

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PCI Video Card


The Specifications to your system states that you have Intel Extreme Graphics onboard. Below is a link where you can find manuals and drivers for that card.
http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/eg2/index.htm

Feb 23, 2008 | Insignia D400a PC Desktop

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