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PC Will Not Boot With 2nd Pci-e Video Card Installed


rmiller2428Apr 10, 2014, 9:45 PM goku1234567890 said: If the cards work on other pc than i fear your motherboard pci-e slot has gone bad. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices GameSpot MenuPCPS4Xbox OneSwitchMore Wii UPS3VitaXbox 3603DSReviewsNewsUniverseVideos All Videos Trailers----- Battlefield Academy GameSpot News The Lobby New Releases Screen/Play Now Playing Let's Play Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Not sure but don't think that GPU has any external power by VAPCMD / September 30, 2013 9:53 AM PDT In reply to: Ifthat works leave the 430 in and put the 260 back in in a different slot, boot up and see what happens. click site

Single GPU will run @ X16.how do i change that setting?and what are the disadvantages to running at 8/8 as opposed to 16/16?Opps replied to the wrong person with my last was working flawlessly the day before no problem. i am connected to the top GPU via DVIWhen you're using two GPUs on a Z77 board they will run @ X8 max. I've tested it with two separate cards now, and I still haven't had any luck. http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/170563-pc-will-not-boot-2nd-pci-e-video-card-installed.html

Computer Won't Boot With Graphics Card Plugged In

searock35Jul 14, 2014, 3:04 AM I have the same problem, miller. until you plug in a graphics card (I can boot into Windows 7 easily using the onboard graphics). by Willy / September 27, 2013 10:40 PM PDT In reply to: Computer won't start with new video card Aren't the cards not fitting in the required slot and further you IT WORKED FOR ME http://aphnetworks.com/lounge/turn_on_psu_without_motherboard_the_paperclip_trick repzaj1234 said: I have no idea what's causing this.

PC won't boot after installing new graphic card solved Please Help! Tried booting on safe mod, still nothing. need help. Installed New Gpu Black Screen The whole unit power on but will only boot the HP splash screen.

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 New Graphics Card Won't Boot Past Bios Proffitt Forum moderator / September 28, 2013 4:07 AM PDT In reply to: Computer won't start with new video card "PCI-E 1.0 is 60w.A standard height x16 add-in card intended for I need some advice here.OS: Win 7Ram: 8 GB DDR3Current GPU: Nvidia GeForce GT 630Upgrade GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 970Motherboard: Pegatron Corporation 2ACFProcessor: AMD A6-3620Power Supply: 750 W you need to Video card not detected :( geforce 560tiHello Everyone, First of all I would like to introduce myself; I go by Paas, and I'm currently in Austria after being in Florida for

it not showing in device manager as a network adapater so i cant install a driver :( is my computer dead?? New Gpu Can't Enter Bios Uninstall the previous card drivers do a re-start on on board card, shut down the pc install the new graphic card and than than install it's drivers. Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? How to fine-tune hyphenation for mix of math and text What does this traffic sign with a crossed-out black octagon mean?

New Graphics Card Won't Boot Past Bios

they can both run at x16. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/393051-33-after-installing-computer-start Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Computer Won't Boot With Graphics Card Plugged In Unknown suspects hijacking our WiFi. Computer Won't Start After Installing Graphics Card This is my new video card:http://www.asus.com/Graphics_Cards/GT6402GD3/This is my motherboard:http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/P5VD2MX_SE/I believe this is my old video card:http://www.gpuzoo.com/GPU-ASUS/EAX1300PRO_-_EAX1300PRO_TD_256M.htmlI'm not sure, because my computer told me the one thing, it said something similar but

It could be a driver, however since you said it happens after the splash screen It's probably your bios settings, or some incompatibility.Like maxalge said, try resetting your CMOS (bios), if get redirected here The problem that we have seen is that because many of these boards are older and the manufacturer of the motherboard had dropped support for them before ever updating to include bigshootr8Feb 16, 2013, 3:48 AM Something seems wrong with your motherboard its not reading 2 cards when it should. 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 Computer Won't Post With Graphics Card

Ask a question and give support. solved So I bought a new graphics card - Geforce 960 and i installed it but it doesnt boot up normally Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World been meaning to upgrade it. http://emec16.com/graphics-card/installed-graphics-card.php hey, dragonchase, what did you do to solve that problem?

I still run my HD 6670 in the slot, opting for a complete overhaul instead of trying to cram a beautiful GPU into a store bought PC. Pc Not Booting After Installing Graphics Card Regards Apr 8, 2010 #10 InkJunkie TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16 XFX help desk doesn't seem to be in any hurry to help, I'm still waiting for a response... commanderMember Since: December 19, 2010Posts: 12120commanderFollowForum Posts: 12120Followed by: 0Reviews: 10 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#21 Edited by commander (12120 posts) - 2 years, 3 days [email protected] said: I am attempting to

However, my computer wouldn't restart after that, whether with my old video card, the new one or without a card at all.

Heat build-up degrades the PSU and any electronics to become less capable if not build well or matching needs. CLR CMOS...With your machine off, hold the button in for a couple seconds to clear your BIOS.It will default your machine back to "out of the box" settings. All has worked well with my build. New Gpu Stuck At Bios This is running two 22" displays with no issues at all.

I've also tried using the card in the PCI-E 8x slot, but the system doesn't even detect it there, even if I tell the bios to initialize it first. –Joel Sep Broken motherboard? Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... http://emec16.com/graphics-card/better-video-card.php I got a dropdown with the adaptive option.

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 GameSpot Forums PC/Mac/Linux Society Browse Boards Games Discussion Nintendo Fan Club PlayStation Nation Xbox Association PC/Mac/Linux Society Mobile Connection Bug Reporting & Feedback Off-Topic Discussion System Wars Sports Bar Ask the 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 The time now is 05:59.

I mention that only to say if it wasn't compatible then it wouldn't fit more than likely. Have you tried resetting the motherboard bios by pulling the cmos battery? Quote: That 430 is dx11 windows might see it as the main card because it is dx11- It could be this, but the Nvidia driver should be able to take of Ask !

Scratch that, it wasn't DOA. Win7 used the default VGA drivers. Thanks! Ask !

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 If all runs well, then you know the solution. You don't have to answer but it's always good to know.Bob Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - PSU by VasilishoMegas / September 28, 2013 2:27 AM PDT In reply Thankful1Feb 16, 2013, 7:05 AM mmaatt747 said: Does the computer start with just 1 card in the second slot?

And its not disabled it might just be badboth cards work in the second pci-e slot.dark susperia what does this mean: Firstly Id start by removing all gpu's and performing a