Question about PNY Computers & Internet
Your video card is an NVidia, the BIOS error is not related to your problem.
First of all make sure the card is good - have it tested by the shop that sold it to you - they just put it in another pc and see if the pc boots with it. If it is then either the card has been improperly seated in the socket or the power source is incapable of delivering the 300 watts needed by this card - assuming that you have plugged in the power connector in the card.
Reseat the card and if this doesn't fixes it replace the power source wit one delivering at least 550 watts real.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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