Last edited by Nate152; 01-24-2015 at 05:42 PM. it just may be the case the whole system and all components including the new GPU just isn't enough power. Anyway, I needed a new video card, but once I got it, my computer wouldn't even start. I have also heard of taking a pencil eraser to the contacts just to "clean" them gently....good luckEDIT...hope it is not the case but it is possible the card is bad...that check over here
Contact ASUS support and let them know it is not working. It didn't boot with that video card either, so I'm quite certain now that it's my motherboard that is faulty, despite the fact that I'm using the computer right now with Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 40 Thread: PC Won't boot with graphics card installed. View Profile View Posts 31 Dec, 2014 @ 2:14pm I have a 520 watt power supply.
TheProdigy619Member Since: April 3, 2010Posts: 317TheProdigy619FollowForum Posts: 317Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#31 Edited by TheProdigy619 (317 posts) - 2 years, 9 days agobaffled by how unbelievably hard this The only issue I've had with my current setup is that my current motherboard has poor interference protection, so whenever my graphics card was active, I could hear static noise from otherwise you couldnt join the bios options . Fans running only means at least the 12V is present.
Most have a fan, while mine only has a cooling unit.This one seems alike my PSU, although mine has an on/off switch and space for an extra cable to supply my Graphics Card No Display Fix My dad had almost the same model as I have and it crashed after only two years. Today I recieved my new MSI 7850, Twin Frozr, 2GB GPU. It's 9pm, UK time.
really looking forward to putting this behind me.Could this be because the clock speeds of your GPU are different? I don't see how pressing that key would mess up my entire OS, but still...The remark about the fans was to say that it does get its energy.I don't see how i guess im just going to have to send this card back and try to get the same exact card i already have.what the f could be wrong? All rights reserved.
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If you would like to say thanks, then click on the thumbs up icon next to the Reply button. check my blog really looking forward to putting this behind me.I think, Gen 3 is what you need. darksusperiaMember Since: September 30, 2004Posts: 6945darksusperiaFollowForum Posts: 6945Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#25 Posted by darksusperia (6945 posts) - 2 years, 9 days [email protected] said:If you can get the GTR12Member Since: December 9, 2006Posts: 11680GTR12FollowForum Posts: 11680Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#29 Posted by GTR12 (11680 posts) - 2 years, 9 days agoDo you know for a certainty Graphics Card Not Working Black Screen
Reply 0 0 erico Provost Posts: 40,316 Member Since: 01-07-2009 Message 4 of 22 (18,994 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: PC WON'T BOOT AFTER INSTALLING NEW GRAPHICS CARD, HELP!!!! [Edited] Options Please help!! So new card is good. #1 Burd! this content Everything I can see on the side of my PSU:Vikings Production Corp.MPT-350Low noise temperature controllerInput 230V~4 50HzOutput 350W MAXRED: +5V 30AYELLOW: +12V 20AWHITE: -5V 0.5ABLUE: -12V 0.8APURPLE: +3.3V 14ABROWN: +5VSB 2AORANGE:
Discussion topics include choosing a processor, installing hard drives, adding RAM, upgrading video cards, sound cards, DVD drives, Blu-ray drives, PSU, and much more.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators Question Computer won't start I need help, I'm not computer savvy, built my computer watching youtube videos and research. They are very bad with power supplies going out as I have just read from the internet.
If it comes to that then I will just buy a new PC.
Anyway, I do that tomorrow, take out the GPU, and see if it works then. It will default your machine back to "out of the box" settings. Also, I would check the BIOS to see if the onboard video is disabled. I only have one theory at the moment: the video card has a PCIe 3.0 interface while my motherboard only has PCIe 1.0.
All rights reserved. I know this sound stupid, but 'integrated gfx', is that the mobo onboard graphics card, should I install that. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. have a peek at these guys Yes you will lose your overclock.Once in the BIOS, go to save and exit and choose "Load optimized defaults".Press F10 and save and exit.Power off.Put in both GPU's WITH the crossfire
Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - 350 is unlikely to be up to the task. and obviously neither did switch GPU positions.I am fearful that maybe this could be a defective PCI-E slot issue but dont really know enough about this stuff to say especially since The PCI-Express slot of my motherboard works, tried plugging in two different graphics cards into my motherboard and they both worked. My PC remains blank for some time before it displays anything.
another wasted effort.... Last edited by Nate152; 01-24-2015 at 05:53 PM. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. If you do a search on 'bad caps' you'll find PICs of what bad capacitors look like.
that usually is a basic driver to cover different video sources out there. immediately to UEFI which i exited and then windows would not boot. Did the above with all my SATA devices completely disconnected (both from the PSU and the SATA cable), boots without video card (at least there is something on the screen: it solved New gpu installed.
Thank you! I want to record youtube gameplay like pewdiepie does. Your PC did not work with an ATI\AMD card so try an NVIDIA card.