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It has no video after installing the card

I ahve a dell XPS 400 and i have upgraded the videoc ard to 8600 Nvidia XT, but it has no video. the dell etch said that the system is posting, but has no video. what should i do?

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When you see the blue dell logo, Press F2 to get into the BIOS settings.

When in the BIOS Settings. Enable PCI Express instead of PCI express.

Make sure the videocard is seated all the way in the slot as well.

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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