Question about Evga e-GeForce 6200 GeForce 6200, (256 MB) Graphic Card
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Hi im wesley iv had the same problem before with my compute. the problem might be i broken ide cable or a loose connection make sure the all cables in your pc is connected properly and if so change a few of the cables if it doesnt work you might have to get a new hard drive and also check if your cpu is in properly and not moving around at all then go into your bios and check the temprature pf the cpu and try running a health test from the bios it might be you fan isnt making proper connection with the cpu causing it to over heat and automaticall switching off for safety.
Posted on Jul 11, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Put the old card back in, remove the old drivers and restart it in VGA mode.
You don't say what operating system you use, but XP & Vista you should be able to hit F8 before the windows splash screen to select VGA mode or Safe Mode.
Once you do that you should be able to put the new card in and start it in standard VGA mode then load the new drivers.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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