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the drivers might not be installed correctly you might
have to uninstall the graphics card restart your computer then reinstall the
graphics card and its drivers
If your computer
came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it
Click start control
panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display
adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark
! or a red x right click select reinstall drivers or
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hope this helps you
Your computer should be able to handle the graphics card with no problem.
The only issue that comes up is how many hard drives or CD Rom drives are attached to the system.
If everything is stock out-of-the-box, you are OK.
I hope that this helps.
Um, well, I think you'll get them at ATi's website. If you have the card pre-installed in the computer when it was out of the box, then you can even find the drivers on the manufacturer's website, along with those of all your devices that came with it.
Hello there. The Radeon 9700 Pro was a high end graphics card in its time. Today the latest Radeon cards are 3870X2, 3870 and 3850 models. The 3850, while mid-high end range, would be a substantial upgrade from the Radeon 9700 Pro.
If you are planning to upgrade your system, make sure you choose the correct type of card (AGP/PCI-E) and that your current system has a good enough power supply to power a new upgrade.
in the advanced BIOS features there should be a onboard GPU tab, put it on disabled or on initiate AGP/PCI first (depends on the BIOS), so to be sure that the onboard card is disabled !
Connect the display to the HIS ...video card , and at least on bootup there should be info displayed on the screen . If not than : - try to reinsert the video card (bad connection ) (also check if its a card that needs external power source ( i doubt it)) - check if the video card is compatible with the motherboard (should be in the user manual, or on the producers site ... ) - check on another comp. if the card is good ....
hope it helps u ... if not, give more details ....
Re-Check your power connectors to the main board. mainly the 24-pin EATXPWR conncetor is seated right. Looking at the CPU & to its left there is a 4-pin ATA12v connector which must be connected. Bottom line recheck all internal power connectors.
Lastly there is a red slide switch on the back of PSU, make sure it is set to 115V.
Chances are something is loose. The motherboard manual for your board is a big help.
yes these cards uses a lot of power. Check to see if the power supply pushes enough power to run the video card. I think these card needs its own power source so make sure you use a sepearate cable from the powersupply to the video card and not share it with other components.
if you have less than 400w powersupply thne this is morelikely your problem