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Only one monitor is detected. can i get some help with this soon? If PCI-E is it a 1x or 16x? I started searching Google for answers came here with a few ... have a peek here

SLI multi GPU rendering requires two or more graphic cards."I cannot use system restore in regular or safe mode (Windows MCE, Version 2002, SP2). Read more Answer:Unplugged Monitor From Computer, Now No Signal/Input Not Supported. But, sometimes, it just won't connect no matter how I try to persuade it. Does anyone know if this is a problem with the graphics card or the monitor? http://www.computerhope.com/forum/index.php?topic=85226.0

Can anyone help me resolve these problems, I'm now stuck for idea's. And what really makes this so aggravating is this computer has been in service about 10 days. Okay so i just finished my first biuld on my rig, the only problem is im not getting any signal from my video card, i have a 7900 gs, that i I've had it for about 2 years I think, and besides replacing some RAM, I haven't touched the insides.

I should be able to run games more smoothly I know that much. More replies Relevance 59.45% Question: Solved: Brand new Video Card - No monitor Signal Just purchased a new Radeon HD 5550 PCI-E 2.1 video card. I try disconnecting & reconnecting, rebooting, waiting a while and trying later, etc. After that, now any time i open it up the moment i get into the game its really slow, and after a minute of lagging i get a bsod and it

And this started happening exactly after i got the monitor back. They suggest you install SP1. you can buy better cards like the 7600gt for about $115 if that's the route you decide to take 3 more replies Relevance 64.37% Question: Is nVidia 7300 GT worth getting? http://newwikipost.org/topic/y8ZY1rtU5W2Trz6jBJtxSMS8vGfiAfXu/Vista-Thinks-My-Nvidia-Geforce-7200-Gs-Is-A-7300-Se.html Specs: Custom Built, AMD 3400 + 64 bit, ATI radeon 1300+ Pro, 1.5 Gigs of Ram, 200 Gb HD.

I dont know where anything or what anything is. Have no idea where to go with this situation. For games like HL2, especially if you play at 1080x1024, you will have to turn down all the graphics settings in order to get good framerates but you WILL be able If so, the video card is built into the motherboard, can I buy another video card that would be installed into a PCI slot or do I have to replace the

perhaps someone else can help you out, if I dont re-familiarize myself with it before then.I do remember it is in the hardware manager, and some tab in the properties menu.Hardware http://thewikipost.org/topic/Jnaxey5qEAqGsvSeggf1Xu0ybxsmvHtV/Nvidia-Geforce-7300-Video-Card-No-Signal-Troubles-on-Today-at-08-03-37-AM.html Had to ditch my analog video capture card and bought the hauppauge 1250 (digital and anolog tuner). The monitor is a Hyundai L90D+ and my graphics card is an NVIDIA GeForce 7600 GT with the latest drivers. The screen is black but some screen icons flicker repeatedly and there is a mouse cursor.

I got the the point of install the new forceware driver, when it says drivers are not compatible I am supposed to leave it there and not press ok, go to http://gamesversion.com/nvidia-geforce/nvidia-geforce-graphics-card-what-kind-of-tv-out-do-i-have.php TOR worked fine, access, etc. Hopefully you will get a little more visibility and responses here. Answer:'video mode not supported' Perhaps you do not have the correct driver loaded?

Sounds as if there are issues that seem to be intermittent pointing back to the video card. There are also free sites on the internet - just Google "free scan". I want to add a second monitor so (i have the adapter to convert it from blue to white) When i got them both powered up and connected My computer does Check This Out I am looking for a compatable video card for this system that has an HDMI output.

Get a quality unit: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139005 And after that... I was actually scared that my computer was going to explode.I tried disabling the on-board graphics card, but that didn't help and just made me go through all the trouble of More replies Relevance 57.4% Question: getting the signal not supported message on start up Hi I have a custom built PC by a guy a met at school.

I will be replacing the monitor with another monitor in the VERY near future.

If this is what is happening then this commonly is caused by drivers not installed or problems with the driver. I don't believe that the S-Video output can be used as an extended desktop. hi,im having problems with my Geforce 7300 LE card... I did not make a swap before the problem occurred.

As soon as i install a driver for it, when it asks for a reboot, the computer loads up regularly but then after the Windows XP loading screen goes into "Off The T.V. im sure it had something to do with it. this contact form You have to remeber its not just the card taking power, its the CPU, hard drives, dvd units, USB ports- all the bits n pieces.

Then I reinstalled the 7300 card and…same resu... I'm not sure whether I had to plug anything from or onto the graphics card since it didn't come with any cables or wires or anything. I've just purchased a Nvidia Geforce 7300 GS video card for my Foxconn P4M9007MB Series motherboard. IS this card an AGP or PCI-E card?

Restart your computer. 2. I don't hear any beeps or sounds at all and the monitor light simply blinks as it does when the computer is off. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. I would really appreciate any other suggestions as to how to troubleshoot or 'fix' my issue.This is an older system and quite frankly, I don't want to drop a Mother Board

BAM, I get the BSOD. DO i need to reinstall Nvidia.But i dont have the Nvidia Disk with me.