My computer came with on board Intel Xtreme Graphics card. I upgraded to XFX GeForce 6200 512 MB card. As experts suggested i have uninstalled old driver and even cleared the system with Driver Cleaner Pro. Still the same problem persisting. Can some body help me to get out of this?
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This may be because your graphics card is not compatible with your motherboard, If you are using a newer Intel motherboard for example with Intel HD Graphics, there may be issues with using an older GeForce card with the board.
nVidea 9800gt is a good card... probably not a question of if the MB will support it as much as if your power supply will. It needs a secondary 6 pin power connection.
Any MB with 16x PCI slow will run the board. The different RAM types on the MB and Video card will nto matter as much as the throughput of the PCI bus...
2GB ram on you main board, hope you are not running anything serious.... I do a fair amount of video with a 9500GT. Quad Core 2.66, 6 GB ram and am looking to upgrade to an I7 with 12GB and a nVidia 250 or better....
You need to upgrade your graphics driver,
Start in safe mode and uninstall graphics driver from device manager. restart the computer, and install new ones..
go to BIOS and enable the graphics card, if it is an additional card.
Sounds like a faulty video card to me.
If the machine or video card is still under warranty talk to the manufacturer as they should replace any faulty hardware.
If it's not under warranty I would suggest you swap the video card with another one if you have one or replace it entirely.