Remove the spdif cable altogether, it is doing you no good hooked up to the clr cmos jumper pins. The 8600GTS has the extra 6-pin pci-e power connector on the end of the card. Of course the test box that floats around is no longer present because I have a signal without the NVIDIA 8600 GT card installed. Seems too good to be true for the price.
Aug 24, 2007 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. Exactly this. I am not sure if you have been following this whole thread or not, but the instructions that came with the Asus NVIDIA 8600 GT said to connect to mobo. solved Nvidia 8600 GT upgraded to GT 730...
The fallout was a recall on the mobile side, since no single OEM had enough 8600's deployed to warrant a desktop-side recall.If the old X600 was a working pull, I'd give leifer Thanks! Thank you again! Fun fact - If it's running the game, your hardware supports it!
Any ideas will be appreciated. jim massimo gifoli press ctrl+alt+f1 login if askedRemove everything to do with the Nvidia proprietary drivers.sudo nvidia-settings -uninstall sudo apt-get remove -purge nvidia*Start from scratch.sudo apt-get remove -purge xserver-xorg-video-nouveau xserver-xorg-video-nv sudo I have done that, and that's where I'm at now. solved NVIDIA GeForce GT 610 and NVIDIA 8600GT together.
If you're looking to buy a new GPU, try and go with a 9600GT instead of the older 8600GT, you'll get much more life out of it. BFG Tech Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT OC2 256MB GDDR3 Video Graphics Card DirectX 10 $22.99Buy It Nowor Best OfferGeForce 8600 OC2. 256MB 128-Bit GDDR3. It's storage for the jumper until you move it to the clr position. Just to be sure, I checked every single setting looking for it.
I have DX11 on my desktop but am using a GTS 250, which is not capable of running DX11. The video is linked throug VGA port to a 1920*1080 monitor. You had just mentioned you were sure to buy from Dell to keep their support. weblink The machine works fine, just cannot save settings, etc.
Many thanks for your help PBUKMar 9, 2013, 5:13 PM Hi this is with my Nvidia 8600 installed - http://postimage.org/image/n43rvcfwt/ This is with an old Radeon X600 - http://postimage.org/image/c5sid5rbh/ Would you Ok, I just spent 2 hours on the phone with Dell tech support. I've been battling with the graphics driver for a couple of days now.
Can you borrow a video card from a friend to test it out ?
To recap...Steps I would do being in your shoes now. Their return policies are also above industry standard. One that does require a connection using an external cable, and one that does not? What can I do?
Dell may do that unlike mostmobos you buy where there are 3 pins and a jumper on two of them. Just installing the card as all have suggested does not work. Thank you! Not a bad experience either, just time.