Sujith Divakaran and 2 others want more answers , 2017?
the 9500 was made in 2007, (or 2008)
you hyjacked a post OP that makes no sense
then fail to add all your facts ,the story
and whats wrong,
not a word, SURE VIDEO ***** BGA H3LL. LIKE MOST ARE.
the manual covers this topic,
lets go there now and read the manual RTM.
its fun to do, being not helpless.
the bugaboo at HP is manuals get lost after 10 years.
lets see first if that happened.
omg first Google hit too.
see card 14 (man board)
page 3 shows 3 GPU options
the motherboard has 3 types. and Pn
one for each video.
so if you your GPU chip is dead,
then the mobo needs to be replaced.
the 2008 nvidia chips had solder ball BGA failures due to the USA federal mandate of lead free that year.
simply said the wrong solder was used,
it overheats and the solder melts and fails.
i guess millions did this, or 1/2?
THE UMA MOTHERBOARD, HAS NO GPU IN THE BGA LOCATION ON THE MOBO, this is because this mobo only
aka, deFeatured AMD version of mobo. see my photo of that.
my guess is you have BGA failures in the GPU
so using heat gun remove the BGA and trash it.
the up grade the bios for UMA and pray it works.
it bet it wont , here is why.
the outputs of the BGA go to video driver chip
that runs the jack VGA and the screen.
those are missing on UMA. or wired differently.
there are 5 mother boards, just for VIDEO
so replace it. and sure UMA is best. 2008 is bad year.
is see 5 chips missing on UMA, board.
this is all I know ABOUT THIS CARD AND BGA FAILURES.
I KNOW OF NO WAY TO CHEAT THIS
OP FORGET THIS SOLDER IS NO GOOD ON ALL 2008 NVIDA
SO THE REHEAT AND REFLOW MAY WORK FOR A DAY BUT WILL NEVER LAST.
THE CURE IS NEW MOBO ,PERIOD.
THE SOLDER IN THE BALLS ARE NOT ANY GOOD.
buy the UMA sure. put it .
the 5 chips on the UMA board are missing.
and has BIOS to match that.