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you may need to enter the BIOS and change the graphics settings to external graphics else it will try to use the on-board graphics, which won't work if you have disabled the drivers
Start from scratch, reinstall windows 7 then check the BIOS is set to use on-board graphics. Does the display work ? if it does proceed to the HD6780. Put it in the slot. boot to BIOS ad change to selection to external graphics or whatever is appropriate,
Then go to the AMD webpage if you can and use the sanner to automatically find the driver for your card and automatically download and install. be aware that it may try to install software that you don't want by default. If don't want the software, deselect it it (usually by unticking boxes)
when you took the graphics card out did you notice any dust in the socket
Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including
electrical extensions IDE,SATA
the leads from your"((motherboard to your hard drive))"make sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just
replace them they might be faulty
make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd
3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty even something as small as a faulty elctrical fan and its lead can cause this problem also the
electrical extensions or just replace them they could be faulty a computer
needs its connections to continue its cycle and have an end so any faulty leads
will end up with a computer error If your computer came with a motherboard disc
the drivers could be on it or you might have a dirty graphics card remove the
graphics card and clean the socket hope this helps
Check your device manager an make sure the the drivers are loaded. if not reinstall drivers and reinstall the pc5750 aircard software utility BEFORE you install the card. This should solve the problem.
just buy a graphic crd u want 2 use on it. add on ur board, and go 2 bios with push del on d kboard. then, turn off primary graphic card. if windows detect ur new grapich card, plz install w a CD of ur new graphic card. ones more don't frget 2 turn off the primary graphic card onboard first... see ya...
Input Device Required: Keyboard and mouse. Gamepad and joystick supported Recommended: Gamepad
DirectX Microsoft DirectX 9.0c (April 2006 Edition) is included on this CD. You will be prompted to install DirectX during the installation of this game if this or a more recent version is not already properly installed on your system. NOTE: DirectX may require the "latest" updates for your operating system. This may also include the latest drivers for your motherboard, sound, and video hardware.
Installation: Installation requires 3.5 GB of free hard drive space. We recommend that you have an additional 500 MB of free space available after installing the game for the Windows swap/page file.
You must have local Administrator rights to properly install LEGO Star Wars II and update Dire
No other programs should be running in the background. System resources should be at least 85% free.
To check this: Press CTRL-ALT-DEL once, choose Task Manager, choose the Performance tab, and check CPU Usage. There should be at least 500 MB of free hard disk space after installation.
If you experience performance issues when running LEGO Star Wars II, we recommend that adjust the following options in the Video Options menu:
Lower the video resolution. Set Antialias to Off If this option is set to Antialias from Control Panel, you will need to set your Antialiasing Setting to Application-Controlled in the Windows Display Properties for your specific graphics card. Disable Bloom Effect.
Please close all other programs before running LEGO Star Wars II. This includes virus-scanning, word processing, and Internet programs. Simply disabling these programs will not always help, as the programs still use resources that are needed to run LEGO Star Wars II. If you experience problems completely closing programs that are running, consult the documentation for those individual programs. This is a common problem when trying to completely disable virus-scanning software.