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#31 13 years ago
gamer105Good 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.

Just chill man. It's fine. Call a local Computer specialists or something. Actually I have 1 final question and don't flame me again plz! If you don't want to get banned then why did you start off on me in the first place?:confused: :confused:




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#32 13 years ago

It is foolproff to stuff up installing a graphics card if you read the manuel. if it doesnt work, then it is most likely the card is stuffed.




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#33 13 years ago

Gamer105, this is not a flame forum. Calm down and drop the hostile posts.




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#34 13 years ago
InterNtlDelightJust chill man. It's fine. Call a local Computer specialists or something. Actually I have 1 final question and don't flame me again plz! If you don't want to get banned then why did you start off on me in the first place?:confused: :confused:

No one gets banned for two moderatly aggrressive post, not only that but i know when to stop. Not only that but i found it imperative of you to be awear of your stupid comment.

Ya anyway i believe i have tried everything i've heard from computer smart friends, eVGA themself, and you filefront.com members. So im done with this, the cards just gotta be deffective or something. When i get a working replacement i'll be sure to share a happy success story. And thanks for the all the help.




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#35 13 years ago

Well actually...i have two more questions, how do i set the default to AGP? And about drivers is there a difference between installing the drivers from the disk that came with new video card and installing the ones that come from the website? Also drivers should be installed after the new video card is up and running right, and not before it's even in there?




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#36 13 years ago

To set the AGP to default you will have to go into the BIOS and look for some options that involve default video. I don't know what exactly yours will be called by on my old system with integrated its called "Primary Video Adapter".

Always download the drivers from the website, go to Nvidia.com and download the newest forceware drivers. the ones that come on the CD's are always outdated by the time you get them.




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#37 13 years ago

Alright thanks, but your suppose to download the drivers after the card is in and working right.




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#38 13 years ago

well you can download them whenever you want, just don't install them until you get the card working, the screen resolution and speed will mostly likely suck until you install the drivers but after that it should all be good.




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#39 13 years ago

Alright cool im gonna try doing the last thing i can do right now, which would be using BIOS instead of the device manager and after that its RMA time. Thanks for all the help again everyone, happy holidays.