Question about HP Pavilion a1320n (882780261747) PC Desktop
If it's hanging at the post screen, it may not be letting the computer finish booting because the voltages aren't in spec. Make sure your power supply can handle it. It doesn't seem to be a very demanding card, but double check the wattage needs from the Power supply. also it can be a dirty connection. try removing it and re inserting it a few times. dust can be annoying sometimes.
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
Hi :) Did you remove the drivers for the old video card before you installed the new card? and if not you need to make sure if you have onboard video that it is shut off in the Bios and plus the F3 button just after post and pick VGA MODE before going in to windows.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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