Enjoy! Now you have to visit the PC manufacturer's website and go to their support section. Thanks Dave Helpful +8 Report dnl Dec 29, 2008 at 05:15 AM I have a similar problem, except that my pc uses PCI-Express. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choicesVideo card information How to select a video card How to install a video card How to troubleshoot check over here
Problem started after shut down and reboot. If you have such a utility then check that the voltages are where they belong. Gigabyte MOBO weird problem Weird problem, maybe bad Mobo or PSU? Excellent advice and easy to follow instructions Cheers! http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2145502/weird-gpu-mobo-problem.html
Other Solutions 1. (Only for external graphic card holders) This problem is very common due to dust residing on the graphic card/graphic card slot. Need help HELP, monitor/gpu problems Monitor/GPU problems PLEASE HELP! If its the external problem. That worked fine on both connections, so the PC boots from stone-cold with the normal BIOS and Windows screens appearing.
I'm thinking it might either be my Memory cards or my motherboard itself. took me a while 2 find. Here is an example from Dell.com. Graphics Card Failure Black Screen Check your CPU for proper seating, and possibly a bent pin on the CPU or motherboard.
For most folks that's not a realistic option. Bad Graphics Card Symptoms You could try swapping it into a different PCIe slot and see if that has an effect, even if its a x4 or x8 slot.Another thing you could do, but I If it stops booting, it is most likely due to the last part that you inserted. I have emailed LG and am waiting for a response but it looks to me as if I shall have to get a new screen.
your card might not b busted if u hav this problem. Graphics Card Failure Test Think through everything you have done in the setup, even the heat sink and thermal paste. I followed some simple rules to get rid of this problem and the last of them was to restart the computer and run safe mode. Our aim is to give you the best possible answer.
look at it carefully and u mite find like me that it needs to be plugged into the motherboard as well as go into the slot. http://www.playtool.com/pages/troubleshooting/intro.html Thanks u Prakash View all 6 comments Report nisdog- Dec 14, 2008 at 02:36 AM this a display problem shot your computer off if you have another computer lying aroung open Graphics Card Stability Test Jan 10, 2010 | FAQ & Guides, How to | 69 | Share: This is the last of three posts written specially for people who have built their computer but need Graphics Card Artifacts Report Mimchaboo- Jan 25, 2009 at 06:52 AM i got a new graphics card with a fan on it, and I just want to know what the name of the cord
The motherboard manual will say where it goes, and there should be something like "PSW" or "Power SW" printed on the board with a color code for the proper header. http://simplecoverage.org/graphics-card/weird-graphic-card-issue.php But one of the things that changes when you're playing games is how your sound hardware is used. Fix #5: rig a desk fan to blow into your computer If your video card crashes, hangs, stutters, or gets display corruption a few minutes after you start a game, it anybody found a fix yet Helpful +6 Report gane Jan 3, 2010 at 01:34 AM hello sir in my monitor in LG 19inh the power cable are ok but the green How Do You Know If Your Graphics Card Is Broken
Just take out the graphic card, and with a paint brush clean the metal parts and the graphic card slot. I had searched the web for this problem, but didn't find anything completely relating to my problem. Monitor says it's working fine, check connection. http://simplecoverage.org/graphics-card/weird-hanging-problem.php It can also solve problems with damaged display driver installations.
HD7870 a weird GPU part. How To Tell If Graphics Card Is Bad That assures that your display driver is installed properly and that none of it has been damaged. This can make lots of problems disappear.
Your video card has two values which can be slowed down: the GPU clock rate, and the video RAM clock rate. You can support Hardware Revolution by making a donation, by clicking here or using the button. I would take the motherboard out of the case and just set it on the foam pad that came with the box that the motherboard came in. Reflow Your Gpu Make sure you meet requirements...and that should fix your output issue as Ive had the seen this issue before.
You'd be surprised how often a card which appears to be dead is actually just not pushed fully into the slot. Yes memory can affect your computer with display Leave a comment Helpful +89 Report mary Apr 4, 2010 at 11:10 PM power on computer and monitor is on, but it des And also some require a special 6 prong power connector from the psu. http://simplecoverage.org/graphics-card/what-happened-to-the-graphic-card-very-serious-problem-please-help-me-d.php Detailed instructions on underclocking your video card are here.
Is the power cord plugged into a wall outlet and into the power supply? Need HELP! The video card may require one or two PCI-Express power connectors and the motherboard requires the 24-pin ATX connector along with the 4/8-pin ATX power. Always remember to uninstall your current display driver before installing one.