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Re: graphic card problem.
Your graphics card is bad. The reason you don't see it on your bios
screen is because it is not displaying in the high resolution high
color graphics. Once your card starts displaying high resolution high
color, then you get the lines. You need to replace your graphics card.
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In that case the graphics card that u have mentioned might be faulty. Try downloading the latest the update for the graphics card from the manufacturer's website and check. If the same issue remains then the graphics card is faulty.
your card is pulling too much power. check the wattage rating of the card and the wattage output of your power supply . good rule of thumb you want about 20% more that your card rating 450 watt card needs 650 watt power supply to run well. the extra is for your other stuff (dvd burner ,ect)
Did you uninstall the old drivers/software for your old card before installing the new ones? Sometimes this will cause a conflict especially if you are going to a completely different chipset card, ie. nvidia to ati or vice versa. If this does not clear up the problem then test your new card in a different computer to see if the card is bad. Hope this helps.
1st see from the bios whether you can get the graphics card in the agp slot or not.....try to take the display with out graphics card from onboard.......always check from bios....may be the card is not properly inserted into the agp slot