Question about ASUS ENGTX580/2DI/1536MD5 - Graphics adapter - GF GTX 580 - PCI Express 2 0 x16 - 1 5 GB GDDR5 - DVI PCI Express Video Card

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I have just installed an ASUS ENGTX580 DCII/2DIS/1536MD5 graphics card in my new build system. The fans spin, lights come on on the circuit board but no video output on either VGA or DVI-D (tried on 2 diferent monitors). What's the problem please?

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  • alexander953 Apr 06, 2011

    Thanks - the change in bios settings fixed the problem

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Hello
First try changing from onboard sound to pci ex in the pc bios.hit del or f 12 key while booting up.
Once in the bios change graphic settings from onboard to pci.Then reboot.

Next...Drivers have you loaded both your motherboard chipset drivers and the video card drivers?

Try reseating the card.Take out the card and reseat,possible card is not in correctly or seated all the way.
Verify you have a good monitor cable and no pins are bent.Dont use dvi settings if your doing gaming you will be dissapointed.

Posted on Apr 06, 2011

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    mpcheesman1 Apr 06, 2011

    Im sorry change the onboard video, not sound in the pc bios.

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    mpcheesman1 Apr 06, 2011

    Sorry not onboard sound,i ment to say graphics.

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