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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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reinstalling your os has nothing to do with bios, you are getting this message long before any hard disks are involved in fact the bios doesnt even have the interrupts running for the USB devices at this point, you'll notice this if you have a USB keyboard. The only possible solution is to flash or replace your BIOS chip - this is a LAST RESORT option. I dont recommend it if the system works other than the LAN. Your best solution is to install a network card in a free PCI slot, they are pretty cheap if you know where to look, heck even goodwill carries them in their 1$ computer junk bin thats where i bought a few of my 100baset cards (of course at your own risk) hope it helps
Usually you need to disable the on-board video/activate the AGP slot in the BIOS before adding the video card. (Check your manual for entering the BIOS - often hit F1 or F2 (or enter when prompted) as you start the computer before the OS starts loading.)
I have no idea how you see the BIOS information without a working video to start.
hey, if u changed ur cpu it never make any change it will directly loged to os, and it also occurs in change of graphic card also, some graphic cards shows the graphic card BIOS(info) b4 ur mobo bios....
to get into BIOS tou have to press a key when computer starts and i just finding hard drives key to press is either 1) del 2) f2 3) f10 most computers use these keys for BIOS down the lower left hand corner od screen will be whar key to press eg press del to enter BIOS whenin BIOS you will have a list of pages to go open the one that has video in it use down key to get to it on left hand of screen will tell you how to change it.when changed press esc key keep pressing esc until it come to do you want to save changes press y and enter computer will reboot Remeber what you did incase you have to undo it please post comment if this was helpful
1st -- assuming you did goto youre bios first and adjust where nessicary -- grafics set to AGP not PCI or Pallet snoop (off).
Memory banks running NON ECC ( most common ) ..
blaa blaa blaa -- read ur Bios Update notes -- memory compatability .. and or .. make sure it's seated firmly in its spot-or swap em see if it's the bank or the mem ... run memtest to confirm ..
all else fails or dont want to mess with settings ---
RE-FLASH with Older Bios ---- see if problem persists ! ..
when inin safe mode the grapics card will intialize in default mode please reduse the resolution if that doesnt work that means u dont have the orginal driver for the graphics card please find the orginal driver version which is compactable with ur OS versionand ur graphics card