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My new video card Sapphire HD5770 is installed and now my pc will not post or boot, what can i do?

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Make sure you have your card installed correctly in your PCIe slot, it should hook in. You also have to hook up power supply. This card requires minimum 450 watt power supply and 600 watt power supply if using crossfire and dual mode. If your system meets these requirements, and you have card seated properly and hooked to power supply. You may have to enter your bios and dedicate the PCIe slot. I'm guessing the system will boot without card.

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  • Simm0uk Apr 04, 2011

    Thanks for respoding Junkydave,

    PSU ok, 600w and I only have one card so plenty to spare there. Can u explain further what you mean by dedicting the PCIe slot please, didnt try to boot without card, put my old X1900 back in place and it booted right up.

  • David Petry Apr 04, 2011

    At your start up ypu sholud see which key will get you into bios. I haven't lookesd in a while but in one of your menus you can dedicate your PCIe slot. I don't believe that is your problem because your other card works. With an X1900 card you're familiar with ATI/AMD cards. It is possible the card is bad. If you can start in safe mode, you can have a look at the device manager and see if there are any warnings.

  • Simm0uk Apr 04, 2011

    I think it maybe the card, I'm sure 8800GT is PCI 2.0 which is the card i had recently until it died. X1900 working for now, will see about a test on another system. thanks Dave

  • David Petry Apr 04, 2011

    You're welcome!

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