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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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  • jr006z1388 Aug 07, 2008

    hi collie



    Yes the fan is spinning fast and the heatsink is clean.



    I should have mentioned this is a new build and the 8800gt card has never been recognised by the system.

  • Anonymous Nov 13, 2008

    no driver sound

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Hey,

There are two jumpers called J1 and J2 on the motherboard next to the HDMI connection. They switch between DVI and HDMI. Maybe your jumpers are switched to the undesired position.

Check it out!

Posted on Feb 15, 2009

Just bought an 8800gt myself. Problems are with certain VIA chipsets on mobos and also if your PSU doesnt have enough amps on the 12v rail. i think it needs around 32a

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Is the fan on your video card working and is the heat sink for it clean this could be an overheating problem

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