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Well if you are going to use this card for your primary monitor, you will need to enable it in your bios. Here is what you do:
1. With the computer off install the card into the slot.
2. Close up the case and hook up all cables.
3. Hook up the video cable to the card (if nothing shows up during start up, unplug the computer and hook the video back up to the original port)
4. Follow the onscreen prompt to get into your Bios.
5. Seek out the option in the menu screens that indicates video settings (set by default to onboard video)
6. Select and change it to the appropriate setting (pci or pci e)
7. Hit F10 to save and exit
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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