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New Graphics Card

By kellykody ·
I have recently tried installing a new graphics card into my computer, but the display only works when I have the cord ran into my motherboard with built in display, but does not when plugged into the card itself. I believe a fix to my issue is changing the primary video device in the bios menu, but there are no options in my bios menu for video changing. I am not sure what to do here. Any help would be appreciated
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Way too many posibilities to be able to answer this

by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to New Graphics Card

With the information you have provided here.

We really need to know the Make & Model of the M'Board as well as the Make and Model of the Video Card at the very least.

Also we would need to know the size of the Power Supply and if the Video Card has a Power Port on it which is actually connected tot he Power Supply. Some Video Cards require more power than what the M'Board can provide and hence have to be directly connected tot he Power Supply through the power port on them.

The most likely thing happening here is that the Video Card Chipset is not compatable with the M'Board Chipset and you need a different Chipset Video Card.

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New Graphics Card

by maxistress In reply to New Graphics Card

I see the usual PCIe x16 slot. Should be great.

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