Cant get any display through xpert vision 8800gt with msi p6ngm
I cant get any video through my monitor connected to xpert vision 8800gt with msi p6ngm and windows(vista) doesnt detect it.
These are the things Ive tried:
updating motherboard bias from msi website
reseating the 8800gt
trying both dvi sockets
installing latest drivers from both nvidia and xpervision website
tried adding it through "add new hardware" in windows.
checking all psu connectors are seated - 4 pin cpu and 6 pin graphics card
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If the monitor did not display the CMOS messages as computer was booting then there is an issue either with the monitor or the video card/motherboard. Is there a light on the monitor to show it has power to it? Is the video cable connected securely at both ends? If all above is true then suggest looking at video card.
The monitor could be faulty, try connecting a different monitor to see if you get a Windows image. Next check the BIOS setting, if the video card is built-in on the motherboard, check the video settings. Next the on-board video may have a video RAM problem, re-seat the RAM modules, the video card used part of the RAM memory (ie. shared memory). Next if the video card is faulty, get or borrow a AGP video card and insert it into the AGP slot on the motherboard and connect your monitor to this video card then boot up the computer. Each of these steps should identify and fix your video problem. If you need further assistance, please leave me a comment together with any error messages.
Parity is a memory ( Ram problem ) try removing 1 Stick. or changing it into another slot. if you suspect Bios. remove power cable. locate The CMOS Battery. remove for 10-15 seconds, And replace it. this will reset the bios to it,s default settings. you,ll know if your asked on boot-up to run setup to change time/date.
if it does not help to upgrade the drivers Disable it in the device manager It also depends how new your current windows is This failure comes often when you upgrade your bios and running a old windows.
Since you have able to connect your monitor to the board it means that it has a built in video on the mother board but there's no display on the screen if that's the case there's a possibility that the built in video is not working fine, so I'm suggesting you get a AGP video card because its really better not to use the built in video.