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gamer105

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#21 13 years ago
InterNtlDelighthmm......that's weird. Maybe you installed it wrong. usually when I pop in a new card I just open it up, insert card, and close it. Then when i turn it back on it's fine. seems simple to me.....but.....I guess you like it complicated.:D

Dude do u think i fukin like this i finally get a video card so i can qunech my thirst for good multi player shooter games, grand theft auto, and multi player tony hawk games and the son of a bitch video card doesn't work. Go kill your self or somethign, if i liked things complicated i would drop my video card in boiling hot water smash it peices with a sledge hammer and try and put the mother fuker back together and have it work. If i could id stick my hand through my monitor and back hand your ass.




Chocu1a

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#22 13 years ago

:spank: :spank: :spank: :spank: :spank:Ouch A verbal whoopin!!!!




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#23 13 years ago

why did u explode in my face? Lord! Sry if I struck a nerve er something! I was only trying to help. I wasn't joking.




Agentlaidlaw

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#24 13 years ago

Calm down........

First go into bios and disable your old onbored card. You do this by rebooting your comp and press either F8 or Delete before the Windows boot screen comes up. After that it will come up. Find something that says intergrated devices or Onbored devices. After you do that find your onbored video. Turn it off. After that save and exit. Then turn off the computer and take out the card. Then plug the card back into the AGP slot and plug in its powercord. Then plug the Monitors cord INTO the new video card you just added. NOT the old one. After this turn on the computer and it should boot up. Then unstall your old video cards drivers and install the new ones off of Nvidia.com. Do not use the ones that came with the card because those ones are out dated.




General Rommel

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#25 13 years ago

Try pushing it in harder. That sounded right and wrong.




gamer105

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#26 13 years ago

Oh ok so if you werent jokin do you think that im deliberatly making this installation hard on my self. NO IM NOT FUKTARD!!! The vid card was either broken or i messed it up somehow, either way i wouldn't purposely make things complicated. Some ppl are lucky some ppl aren't you happened to be lucky and had an easy computer and video card that was no problem to install. Now get the hell outta here unless you offer intllegent words that'll help my case!!!!




Agentlaidlaw

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#27 13 years ago

Calm down before you get banned..........




gamer105

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#28 13 years ago

Good point id hate to get banned from here actually, this is a rather helpfull site but before i return this thing does anybody have any final suggestions.




*The.Doctor

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#29 13 years ago

everybody calm down, no need to start flaming anybody. :)

Final suggestions? You wouldn't happen to have another computer to try it in would you? if not just try what everybody here has suggested and if nothing works send it back for a replacment.




Marine Sniper15

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#30 13 years ago

i had integrated graphics too.then I got a nvidia 6600. Just be sure to put the card in the right slot andplug the monitor into the card. Also if ur pc is newer its probably pci and not agp.