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Nvidia GeForce card compatible question

Q: Nvidia GeForce card compatible question

I have a question regarding my Asus P5N-E SLI motherboard. I am currently running two Geforce 8600GT cards and considering buying two nVIDIA GeForce 9500GT 1GB SLi PCI-E Video Cards. I would like to know if my Motherboard will handle these cards and if the difference in performance is worth the cost. Thank you for any information.

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A: Nvidia GeForce card compatible question

Canlen said:

I have a question regarding my Asus P5N-E SLI motherboard. I am currently running two Geforce 8600GT cards and considering buying two nVIDIA GeForce 9500GT 1GB SLi PCI-E Video Cards. I would like to know if my Motherboard will handle these cards and if the difference in performance is worth the cost. Thank you for any information.Click to expand...

I'm not up-to-date on the 9-Series as I'm still on a single 8800GTS myself,..

Here's what a quick Google turned up. They're effectively the same, if I understand correctly, except with better heat management on the newer card. Also, what type of VRAM do your old 8600s have? What is the "cost" you're citing?

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Microsoftsays they won't upgrade my Win 8.1 HP Pavilion notebook PC to Win 10 because the NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 is incompatible.  I see much talkon boards  about other GeForce cards/displays but not seeing anything specific to 7600.  Not too savvy about hardware so not sure where to turn.  Input, please!

A:NVIDIA GeForce Go 7600 - Win 10 says not compatible

HMC simply used the last drivers Nvidia had on the site, 179.48. I installed in compatibility mode, but the driver didn't load. I then went into Device Manager and manually selected and installed it. Rebooted and it's been fine since.

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Is my video card & PSU compatible with my model?I works fine, other than play World of Warcraft....

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I know I've had this discussion before, but I was hoping someone would have an update or new discovery. Windows 10 upgrade states that this computer is not compatible due to the Nvidia display.  I checked to see if HP had an update for this driver and found that the recommended solution was to go to Nvidia.  Nvidia states that the notebook manufacturer has to make the update, which kind of makes sense to me. So, if HP is unwilling to make the update it seems to be catch 22, I probably can't upgrade (for one of the nicest notebooks ever made) to Windows 10 because there is no video driver compatible.  I did look at the forum and the only thing I found was a "solved" instance from Scott1234, but it was for a 32 bit installation and had some bugs (see below). The link was to a UK site, so I'm thinking I'm not comfortable to do that for my machine, at least not yet. Would appreciate any feedback someone might have to solve this problem. Thanks.   ________________________________________________ Re: Windows 10 Upgrade for a notebook Nvidia Geforce 7150/NForc?e 630M08-05-2015 11:43 PM I used this article and now my Laptop that was told that I cannot use Windows 10 now is running it. A couple bugs but outside of that,works great. http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/how-to/windows/how-inst?all-windows-10-now-upgrade-gwx-3575135/

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A:Nvidia GeForce 7150m/nForce630m not compatible with Windows1...

SDF15, it has been a while since we last conversed.  I found a solution to the Nvidia GeForce 7150/nForce630M driver issues posted by "msddjd" titled Can't find GeForce 7150M/nForce 630 M Driver for Windows 10.  In that post the simple answer was to just reinstall the original Nvidia drivers. The only additional step I found necesary was to install Windows 10 via an ISO image because Microsoft refused to allow automatic update for this platform (dv2620us).  Once that was accomplished and all the warnings about display issues were dismissed I downloaded and installed the original Vista/Win7 Nvidia display drivers for this computer.   This of course was a good solution for the dv2620us notebook as well as the hardware msddjd was concerned with.  Not sure it's a solution for everyone, but well worth a try.  I have not found anything in Windows 10 that does not work with this configuration.  So, I'd consider this a solved issue ... finally! Wohoo!  Just thought you'd like to know and thanks again. Dawntreader><> To save time for anyone reading this, here are the instructions from msddjd: Re: Cant find GeForce 7150M/nForce 630 M Driver for Windows 10?08-01-2015 11:04 AM - edited ?08-01-2015 11:39 AM  I was able to find a temporary fix until they hopefully release an updated driver for windows 10. 1. I downloaded the following file from NVIDIA. Select the appropriate one for your ... Read more

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I am trying to upgrade to Windows 10 and I get message that current chipset is not compatible with Windows 10. My PC is Compaq Presario with M2N68-LA (NARRA5) motherboard. Is there a graphics card available for this motherboard that is Windows 10 compatible?

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A:NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430 chipset not compatible with...

You need to burn a DVD to install windows 10. It will by pass the video card check. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 32 or 64 bit. Then after win 10 is installed then install either the 32 or 64 bit video driver http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/82758 64 bit dated 2015 http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/82701 32 bit dated 2015 Good Luck it really really works

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O... Here's my dillema.   My HP NVIDIA card (HP p/n 466762-001 rev:M03) in my HP Model: 9520f Windows 7 Ultimate machine failed.   I replaced it with an ASUS NVIDIA GeForce 8500GT card (p/n 5188-8004, asus p/n C403H) that came from a spare HP Pavillion Model a6150y Vista machine I had on hand. The initial VID/Graphics card failure and susequent replacement caused much havock with Windows and some other stuff (ie, not booting/loading Windows etc...) and after much effort I was able to get everything loading & working reasonable well again.   But the problem I'm still having is with the old drivers (removing them and all their remnants) and loading the new drivers for the ASUS NVIDIA card that is now in my machine.  I've tried normal uninstalls as well as the GURU 3D.com DDU uninstall.  I think (and it appeares) that all the old NVIDIA drvers and other software has been uninstalled because I can not find any of it in the normal locations.   But I am still unable to install the NVIDIA 8500GT drivers for the ASUS card from the NVIDIA site or even the NVIDIA drivers/software updates that Windows Update has detected and suggested in Windows updates.  The insalls start out fine but soon fail to complete. Evidently I (and my brother who was in my machine remotely for a good 6 hours because he is an IT/Computer tech and is ten times more knowledgable than I on this) are missing something very... Read more

A:Replaced failed HP NVIDIA card with ASUS NVIDIA GeForce 8500...

Mermiatwd, welcome to the forum. I suggest that you try Revo Uninstaller free version to see if it solves you problem.  I use the Advanced option.  It removes the program from the HDD and the remnants from the BIOS.  I have used it for years with great success with removing those difficult to remove programs. Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.

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I play Zoo Tycoon 2 and I find the motion seems to be jerky. Would a new video card help this? I've been thinking of getting the NVidia GeForce FX 5500 but I'm not sure if it's compatible even tho' it's affordable. I've only done a small amount of work on pc's like installing hard drives, memory, DVD burner,sound cards, modems, etc. but they all work and I was thinking of installing this myself.
Specs are:
Max Resolution: [email protected]
Video Memory 256 MB
Type DDR
Bandwidth 6.4GB/sec
Interface AGP
" speed 8X

Computer: : 2.6Ghz Celeron eMachine
CD-RW/DVD Combo drive
Pioneer DVD-RW dual layer
1GB DDR pc3200 RAM
IntelExtreme Graphics 845GV AGP
mobo-Imperial Intel Chipset 2560 rev 3
Phoenix BIOS 4.0 Release 6.0 512ROM
80 GB hdd
Win XP SP2

A:Solved: GeForce card compatible?

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Hello everyone.

I have been without Direct3D games for quite some time, and I'm growing impatient...

I have an nvidia GeForce MX 420, and something is dreadfully wrong.

When I run dxdiag, the Direct3D test doesn't work, and this is what comes up:

Direct3D 7 test results: Failure at step 8 (Creating 3D Device): HRESULT = 0x80004005 (Generic failure)
Direct3D 8 test results: Failure at step 8 (Creating 3D Device): HRESULT = 0x8876086c (error code)
Direct3D 9 test results: Failure at step 8 (Creating 3D Device): HRESULT = 0x8876086c (error code)

Any suggestions? DirectX says the main driver is nvdisp.drv which is version 4.14.0001.4345 (English)

Any help would be greatly appreciated


A:nvidia geforce mx 420 question

Reinstall both your video card drivers and DirectX. If this doesn't work, make sure video acceleration is enabled.

Go to Control Panel->Display->Troubleshooting and move the bar all the way to the right.

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My computer has an on board video chipset. When I install the nvidia card (nvidia geforce fx 5200) vista shows the message "Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)"

This code refers to a "bad" driver. If I plug my monitor in the screen is black. I have searched evrywhere and found a number of updated drivers but they have had no effect.

My question is, if I change my bios to disable the onboard video and use the new video card will I still get the black screen? And if I do can I just plug the screen back into the on board to access the bios again?

May sound a bit silly but the more I try to think this thru the more confused I am getting.

Any ideas?


Just downloaded V101.41 drivers from Nvidia and still the same problem.

A:nvidia geforce fx 5200 question

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Do the Windows 7 beta drivers for Nvidia Driver work for Nvidia GeForce 9600M GT 1gb?

A:Nvidia GeForce 9600M GT 1gb - Question?

I cant tell you for sure mate, best thing is to try it. Other then that, use the vista drivers. When i install i let windows install my card (9500GT 1 gig) then i install my hax drivers over it.

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Just wondering before i buy. Dont wanna come home and find out its not compatible with vista.

A:Does the eVGA e-GeForce 7300 GS Graphics Card compatible with Vista?

What do you mean by compatible ? Do you simply want a card that will allow you to enable the Aero effects of Vista ? Try looking in this LIST.

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I recently made a new build with the follow:

Intel Core i5-2500K Sandy Bridge 3.3GHz quad core
Western Digital Caviar Green 500GB
CORSAIR Vengeance 8GB (2 x 4GB)
MSI P67A-G45 (B3) LGA 1155 Intel P67
Win 7 Home Premium OEM sp1

Ok so you know what i got, and the MSI Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 graphics card drivers will not work with my system. I think that it is Win 7 cause if i install it in my old desktop it works like a dream and it is running Win XP SP3, and there is no problems at all and I just completed a duel boot with a second hard drive on above system and running xp on it as well and it works fine with it. Any ideas how to make it work? If need more info just post

A:MSI Nvidia GeForce GTS 450 graphics card

I assume you are using the Windows 7 driver and not the XP driver on it,


might be better to go with the one previous as I haven't been seeing much in the way of good reports on the latest,


Also is this an untouched windows disk, or has it been modified in some way?

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Hello everyone.I am really frustated with some problem that has popped up recently.i hope someone can help me out here.
My system specs:
cpu:Intel quad core @ 2.83 ghz
mobo:asus p5q pro
graphic card:nvidia geforce gts 250
psu:cooler master 650 kw
hard disk:1 tb
Bios:Latest from asus website for my model.
Drivers:all updated.
os:windows 7 64 bit.

Now two weeks back , everything was working fine up and running.i could even play crysis 2 at the maximum settings smooth as hell.Then i had a problem of my pc restarting by itself.So i reinstalled my windows and installed a fresh one.Everything became fine again.Then i again updated to service pack 1 and installed all updates.
I previously also had service pack 1 .
Then a few random crashes when i was playing fifa 11 with flickering screens.
i had to forcely restart.i did it.The third time i did the restart i see that the resolution changed to 800 * 600.
i tried to open the nvidia control panel , but it says "You are currently not using any nvidia gpu".
Then i went to the device manger to check n it says :
"Windows has stopped this device code error 43".

so i tried the old way of uninstall and install the nvidia driver.
but no use.
i have tried all the troubleshoot available in windows.but no use.

And one more thing, wen i start my pc,
the first screen in bios has all blue dots all over the screens.
the second screen has ranom characters all over the screen in white.
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A:Nvidia geforce gts 250 card problem.


Welcome to SevenForums.

I'm sorry to say that your GFX may be Faulty.

Try the Following.

1, Take the Card out of the Current PCI-e Socket and place in the other one.
2, Ensure your cards FAN is running when its on.
3, Cry - as this does not solve it your card is indeed DEAD.

I would enquirer about a RMA from the manufacturer as most cards have a nice 3yr warranty.

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Hey, I've been looking for a good but not overpriced graphics card for my new computer, which frankly has a terrible card which comes with it. I was wondering if the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti was any good, the most graphically intensive game I will be running on it is Skyrim.

So do you think it's good, and if so which graphics level (Low, Medium, High, Very High) do you think I'd be able to run it on?


Here are my current system specs.

Intel Core i5 3330 @ 3.00GHz
Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit
6.00GB Dual-Channel DDR3 @ 788MHz

A:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 Ti Graphics Card

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I have an old Dell Dimension 8300 PC with a bad video card (128MB DDR NVidia GeForce FX 5200). I need to replace the video card but because this PC is in our spare room for guests to use, I do not want to spend much to replace it. Can anyone recommend an inexpensive comparable card?


A:Bad Nvidia GeForce FX 5200 card

Well the first thing I need to know is what bus the card is operating on. Most 5200's by dell were AGP, and I know they made the 5200 in PCI but I am not sure.

You have several ways to tell what bus the card uses.

1. You can use system info/everest or something similar to see.
2. You can just physically take the card out and look. Google AGP and PCI. They don't look similar so you should be able to tell.

Now after taking the card out, it may be worth it to look at the back of the unit. If you see another VGA port, that will be the onboard. I haven't worked with these generation dells in a long time so I do not remember off the top of my head. If that is present, simply plug the monitor in and see what happens. You should have video automatically, if so, since this is a spare machine it should work ok.

If you do not have another VGA port after you take out the card, you will need to buy a replacement.

Both of the formats are long dead, so the prices are pretty cheap. You can get replacements for the 5200 in AGP or PCI


You can also shop around for used/cheaper solutions if you so desire. You are not limited to the 5200 specifically, anything from that generation ATI 9xxx series should work fine.

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Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate, 64-bit (Service Pack 1)
DirectX version: 11.0
GPU processor: GeForce 210
Driver version: 301.42
DirectX support: 10.1
CUDA Cores: 16
Core clock: 589 MHz
Shader clock: 1402 MHz
Memory clock: 625 MHz (1250 MHz data rate)
Memory interface: 32-bit
Total available graphics memory: 2303 MB
Dedicated video memory: 512 MB DDR3
System video memory: 0 MB
Shared system memory: 1791 MB
Video BIOS version: 70.18.5F.00.00
IRQ: 16
Bus: PCI Express x16
I cant tell if i have 1 gb graphics card or only 512 mb card.

A:Please tell me do i have 1 gb nvidia geforce 210 graphics card?

Download and install Speccy - System Information - Free Download .

Run it, and click thew "Graphics" on the left pane
It will provide all the necessary information.

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I just installed Windows 7 on an older machine and I'm having the common problem where windows doesn't recognize my Nvidia graphics card (Geforce MX/MX 400).

The nvidia site only offers driver in the Geforce 4 MX series (I'm assuming that's the right one) for Windows XP, no Win7 no Vista. Should I try to install those drivers or should I look for a new graphics card?

A:Nvidia Geforce MX/MX 400 card not recognized

Go ahead and install the XP drivers. You may need to run them in compatibility mode.

Compatibility Mode

Just note, your results are not guaranteed. There is a chance the card simply is not compatible.

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I accidentally changed something and I don't know what! I can't get the color to be 256 bit, only 16. I tried downloading the latest driver but it didn't work. When I try to change it to 256 color it says to check the display in the device manager, and that says that everything is working. Can you give me any help??? Thanks

A:nvidia geforce 256 video card

Your going to need to get the drivers reinstalled. If you still have the installation cd run it and load the drivers from there. If not download the latest from http://www.nvidia.com.
Last ditch, go to device manager, remove the card, reboot and reinstall.

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The subject pretty much sums it up, I apologize if this has been asked and answered elsewhere but I couldn't find anything on the GT730 card from Nvidia. I know the 750Ti is supposedly compatible, but I have a Gt730 I can pick up for a cheap price and I'm not in need of the performance from a 750ti anyways. It's between the Gt730 and a R7250 right now, only going to be picking up the 250 if the Gt730 isn't compatible with the system. Thank you for any input! Also, my system is the SFF version of the M81. I've found low profile versions of both cards already


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A:M81 Graphics card - is the Nvidia GT730 compatible...

A good starting point is to check the readme files for the Nvidia driver for your system (check it for all the OSs, the newest driver may have more cards supported.) 

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Can someone give me a direct link to a newly updated driver for windows xp for a regular geforce 6800?

A:Nvidia Geforce Driver Download Question


Regards Howard

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Okay i just bought the card has SLI WDM PCI-E and 512 Memory
along with 3gigs of ram

"CPU: Intel Pentium 4 CPU 3.20GHz @ 3.19GHz - 0% Load
Hard disk C:\ Free: 54.36GB | Used: 92GB | Total: 146.03GB
Memory: Free: 2048MB | Used: 1MB | Total: 2048MB"

no idea why it says 2,045MB when it should be 3,057MB...
it also registers on My Computer properties as 3GB but anyways thats another question wondering why im not getting the full 3GB aswell as if im ready for the vista upgrade wether i will get any lag or video will start to get choppy. waiting for the DX10 card from nvidia sometime later this year with DDR4 so this is a temp card. i hear theres a lot of issues on vista and not really worth it but im up for a change just need a person who has been there and not some guy who read a lot about it over the winter. my card was created by PNY they say their cards are Windows vista ready seriese 6,7 and up.

A:Quick Nvidia GeForce 7600 GS question

i use this card on vista with no problems
xp not recognising ram over 2g is normal

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can somebody help me please ?
Does anybody know if the nvidia GeForce GTX 260M graphics card has a tv out funtion ? It has a vga slot and I was thinking of buying a vga to s video cable and connecting it to my t.v to play games.

A:Nvidia GeForce GTX 260M graphics card

The GTX 260M should have a DVI output. I think DVI to HDMI converters are available.

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Hello All..please help...not computer literate- just basic.....hope I have posted in the right place ? if I have not, then any guidance to the correct area will be most appreciated.

Can someone please advise.. from the Nvidia GeForce GT635 video card - can I use an hdmi cable and connect to a Samsung lcd TV (Samsung 22" 1080p 60Hz LED HD TV (UN22F5000)..?? ....I intend to buy this TV , currently didn't, as I'm not aware if it will work. ?? once I have the correct advice only then can I proceed to buy.

im using windows 8.1

my system specs are as follows..........
Orchid Motherboard = orchid s
?Manufacturer: MSI
?Form factor: uATX - 24.4 cm (9.6 in) x 24.4 cm (9.6 in)
?Chipset: AMD A78 FCH
?Memory sockets: 4 x DDR3
?Processor socket: FM2+
?Expansion Slots:
?One PCI Express x16 (Gen 3.0)
?Three PCI Express x1 (Gen 2.0)
?One PCI Express mini card

Processor = AMD A10 6700
?TDP: 65W
?Operating speed: Up to 3.7 GHz (up to 4.3 GHz turbo)
?Number of cores: 4
?Socket: FM2

Memory = 8 GB
?Amount: 8 GB
?Speed: PC3-12800 MB/s
?Type: DDR3-1600
Video graphics card =NVIDIA GeForce GT 635
Figure 2: Video card
kindly see attachment Images of video card...and ...Ports
also see Image of video card bracket showing ports
1 - HDMI
2 - DVI

?Form Factor: Low profile PCB with ATX bracket
?Dimensions: 14.4 cm x 6.8 cm (5.7 in x 2.7 in)
?Maximum resolution:
?DVI (dual-link) resolution: 2560 x 1600 x 32bpp at 60Hz
?HDMI resolution: 1920 x... Read more

A:Nvidia GeForce GT635 video card

It says "HDMI resolution: 1920 x 1080". Which is a common port you would connect to a TV.

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I have recently been having a few problems with my graphics card running at a high temperature so i read a few things online on how to clean it and then i did so. Now when i start up my computer normally "start windows normally" i get blue screen and the computer re-starts. When i run dxdiag it says i have no graphics card so im not really sure if its broken or if i have re installed it incorrectly.

Any help with what the most likely cause of this would be is greatly appreciated.

A:Nvidia geforce 240 gts graphics card issue

Power down and re-seat the graphics card again. If it requires an extra power cord make sure that is connected. If it has a cooling fan attached I'd watch to make sure it spins up.

EDIT: what exactly did you do to clean it?

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I have an IM845GL mobo and it comes with three pci slots, the problem is that it also comes with an intel 82845GL GMCH as well and i'm not sure about how to install the card. Should i install the PNY NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500 ( PCI ) reguarly or am i suppose to remove the GMCH? Or is there anything else special i should do before installing the card?

A:Can i get PNY NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500 ( PCI ) graphics card on this?

If the intel graphics is integrated into the motherboard,you
can disable it in the BIOS.
If not,remove it.
Make sure you uninstall the drivers for the old graphics
hardware first.

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i installed the driver also but it's not working

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My computer has an AMD Radeon HD 7540D which gives me a lot of trouble when editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.  I have 32GB of memory installed on this computer.  Can I upgrade to a graphics card that utilizes Open GL or Cuda?  Like this one: Galaxy NVIDIA Geforce GT 740 2 GB GDDR5 Graphics Cardor a better one.  I know there are a few folks on Youtube who suggest a $300 plus card for editing. I plan on downconverting 4k footage on my PC to edit.I just need to know if I can upgrade to a card that allows me to use the Mercury Playback hardward not software.  

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 Hi , i want to install a new graphics card on my HP 120-011in desktop pc . Currently my desktop is running integrated Intel HD graphics 4400 . I recently purchased a Nvidia Geforce GT 710 graphics card but when i inserted it in PCI-E port , the pc is not able to detect it . So here are my questions - 1. Why that graphics card is not detected by my pc ?2. Can the PSU of 180 Watts which is installed on my system  handle that card ? If not , which PSU should i purchase ? Its urgent , pls reply fast . Thanks for the help .

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OK i have a Nvidia Geforce4 Ti4200 Graphics Card and it supports a tv out jack it "looks" very similar to a 7 pin svideo input but its not. I have contacted Nvidia and they have yet to return my emails. any body else have this problem?

A:Nvidia Geforce Graphics card-what kind of tv out do i have?

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Well basically my hard drive broke so I bought a new one, had to obviously reinstall windows etc, and everything was fine. I installed the drivers from the disc (as I lost them) and everything was okay until I turned my PC on one day and it just beeped loads, I tried lots of different things to see what it was and I changed my graphics card and now it works, and whenever I have my GeForce FX 5200, my computer won't turn on, it's as if there is no graphics card installed.
I had this problem when I first got it, but I moved it about and it worked - I just assumed I didn't fit it in properly, but I know this time its a problem with the card. Any suggestions?

A:nVIDIA GeForce 5200 FX card not working

Are you sure you did not physically damage the card (the connecting portion) when you last took it out or fitted it in? When you "moved it about", you DID turn off the computer first right? Do you know what the usual operating temperature of your card is? 'Cuz it could be fried for all I can think of.

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Trying to upgrade the video performance on my stock CPU (details here http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c02481314 ).  Games already loaded - Overwatch, and War Thunder.  Both games will run, but the lag is pretty bad. Did on-line research and I think the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti card should work - runs just on the card slot, rated for 300W PSU (card details here - https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-GeForce-750Ti-Graphics-02G-P4-3753-KR/dp/B00IDG3PRI?th=1 and here http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-750-ti/specifications). But, my motherboard hasn't had a BIOS update since purchase (BIOS Revision 6.04 09/07/10) and I'm not even sure if HP has a BIOS update for this computer.  I'm worried that either the MOB or the Windows 10 OS won't pick up the card, leaving me with a dark screen following the install.  Some additional investigation suggests that the card's PCI 3.0 format may cause issues. Already familiar with the new card install process - uninstall AMD drivers... power down CPU... remove old card - install new, install new drivers after successful boot. Bottom line - with a seven year old stock CPU should I even be trying to upgrade the video capability?

A:Can I put a NVIDIA Geforce GTX 750Ti video card into my sto...

With some of the problems users have had with the adding of newer video cards, it might be a good idea to purchase from a shop that has a good return policy.  That subject card is not on the Compatible list but it might be OK.  you will not know for sure until you try it.  It is a very good card for upgrading purposes.http://www.pc-specs.com/mobo/HP/HP_N-Alvorix-RS880-uATX_(Alvorix)/1631/Compatible_GPUs

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Okay, i tried to Upgrade my Graphic Card for better perfomance.

I watched videos, when i tried to Upgrade it, it said No Updates (i forgoted it)

But im confused, did Microsoft stop working on Windows 7? Or NVIDIA stopped working with Microsoft? Im confused

A:Is NVIDIA Geforce GT 320N the last Graphic Card?

No NVidia are still I guess working together
I seem to believe most of these newer driver updates are focused more for win-10 instead of win-7

You card is pretty old so it might not work well on the newest NVidia driver
I'm still on 368.39 you didn't say which driver version you're using though or how exactly you attempted to update it ?

I'd usually use this
NVIDIA Drivers - Avoid Problems

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Okay, i tried to Upgrade my Graphic Card for better perfomance.

I watched videos, when i tried to Upgrade it, it said No Updates (i forgoted it)

But im confused, did Microsoft stop working on Windows 7? Or NVIDIA stopped working with Microsoft? Im confused

A:Is NVIDIA Geforce GT 320M the last Graphic Card?

No NVidia are still I guess working together
I seem to believe most of these newer driver updates are focused more for win-10 instead of win-7

You card is pretty old so it might not work well on the newest NVidia driver
I'm still on 368.39 you didn't say which driver version you're using though or how exactly you attempted to update it ?

I'd usually use this
NVIDIA Drivers - Avoid Problems

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I went to the NVidia site, but all the drivers that show are for Linux. I tried searching for Windows, but none turned up.

This is for an HP dv9700 laptop PC that's over five years old.

Anyone got an URL for the proper site?

A:Driver for NVidia GeForce Go 7150M Card

Try this Wynona


Or here from the HP site


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I just got my NVIDIA Geforce 7900 GT.

1) Uninstalled ATI Raedon x300 XPRESS Series (came with the computer)
2) Turned off the computer and inserted the Nvidia Geforce card in (it's a XFX btw) like the manual said
3) Started it back up and installed the drivers
4) Went to 'Setup' (when startin the PC) and changed Video Mode to PCI-E and disabled all BIOs except the sound

I go to start a game to test it out and I still get the same FPS. I wouldn't expect to get the same FPS as I did with the integrated graphics so I'm stuck and confused to why it's (exactly) the same FPS.

I have checked my display adapters and I only see "NVIDIA Geforce 7900 GT" and it seems to recognize it's installed correctly.

Comp. Specs:
AMD Athlon
Windows XP

I'm probably going to build a new computer from scratch with this card LATER on but right now I want to use this with this computer.

A:Video Card Help - NVIDIA Geforce 7900 GT

Hello! Welcome to TechSpot!

What size CPU & PSU?

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Does this card support dual monitors? I found someone selling it. He says it has nView, Power DVD, TV-out, D-sub, DVI but ive seen somewhere on the internet that some cards may have the 2 ports, but dont support dual monitors. Is this the case for this card?


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If the card has two outputs then it should support two monitors, haven't seen any cards with two outputs that didn't.

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Purchased the above video card some time ago and it worked fine for a year or so. I've had to reformat my hard drive due to a virus but have lost the drivers to reinstall this video card. I need help for a game to play properly with 3-D graphics. Going to Nvidia site helps little as they ask for the ident. #s with the now disposed of original box.

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Can any one help me on this matter, I have tried many things to get this card up and running on Windows XP but with no luck. I have tried the latest drivers and NT4.0 drivers but with no luck. It just keeps freezing the screen and I have to restart the pc and take it out and do the same procedure again and again. One driver halfed worked the NT driver which came with the CDROM but it cant play any games over 16mb so I know the card is not faulty. Am I missing something ? Thanks

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Im using a Hitachi 43in 1080P tv as a monitor and a Nvidea Geforce 703 graphics card I have 8 gig's of ram, but just cant seem to get the picture to look right is there any software that would tweak the setting to get as good a picture as possible or am I stuck with trial and error

A:Nvidia Geforce 730 graphics card 43 in 1080P tv

Originally Posted by pwdiver

Im using a Hitachi 43in 1080P tv as a monitor and a Nvidea Geforce 703 graphics card I have 8 gig's of ram, but just cant seem to get the picture to look right is there any software that would tweak the setting to get as good a picture as possible or am I stuck with trial and error

Hi there

Try the HARDWARE settings on your monitor --you might have to use the handset to get the monitor menu (picture).

There's usually a setting "Auto Scan " / "Auto resize" or similar which should correct the computer W10 image to the correct size. (Aspect ratio setting).

Also set brightness / contrast / colour / sharpening correctly -- makes a HUGE difference. If you have a GAMMA control on the hardware settings use that as it's often better than brightness + contrast combo.

people often forget the hardware menu - especially when using TV's as monitors.


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Hey I've been trying to install my new video card the computer is recognizing it as new hardware but when I plug the monitor cord into my computer the screen turns off, I also have an onboard card on my motherboard and that one works though. I have tried running the setup for the card but the screen still turns black when I go to the NX6600.


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I have a nvidia Geforce GT 630  pci video card will this work in my computer it is factory refurbished for gaming

A:nvidia Geforce GT630 video Card

Hi: I don't know about a PCI card working, but a Nvidia GT 630 PCIe x16 card should. A PCI card would not do well for gaming at all. The GT 630 PCIe x16 card will work within the specs of the 320W power supply your PC has.

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Hello All,

Over the last 2 days I have been trying to install a new graphics card, PNY nvidia GeForce GT 430 on my HP Pavilion Elite m9515y Desktop PC. I removed the previous graphics card (nvidia GeForce 9600 GS) uninstalled the nvidia drivers and ran Driver Sweeper to clean up anything that was remaining. I shut off my anti-virus, selected Windows to ask before updating drivers and to ask before downloading and installing updates. I also visited the nvidia website and downloaded the latest driver 285.62 to my desktop.

Unfortunately, upon installing the GT 430 card I am now envcountering 100% of the time the BSoD shortly after booting up or during driver installation process (both with the installation disk and with the driver I downloaded. This happens both in normal and safe mode.

I have received a number of different messages on the blue screen such as: Page_Fault_IN_NONPAGED_AREA, MEMORY_MANAGEMENT, THE_DRIVER_IS_MISMANAGING_SYSTEM_PTES, etc.

All returns to normal when I put the original card back in. I have attached the requested BSoD dump and system info as well as the system health report (buow-vista.html).

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

System Specs:

HP Pavilion Elite m9515y Desktop PC (full retail version)
(HP Pavilion Elite m9515y Desktop PC Product Specifications HP Pavilion Elite m9515y Desktop PC - HP Customer Care (United States - English))
Windows Vista Home Premium x64 (original installation)
AMD Phenom X4 9850 Quad-Core
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A:BSoD with nvidia GeForce GT 430 graphics card

Welcome to the forum.. If i got time tommorrow i'll peak at the bod.

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I have already trawled the internet attempting to find a solution to something which I assume will be ridicolous simple after I figure it out, but for now, I am stuck

Now I am attemtping to remove the PCIe Card in my Dell XPS 420 to check as my PC refuses to fire up. I have narrowed the possible fault down to either the Graphics Card (powers up but doesn't pull screen) or the Hard Drive (lots of noise but no beeps firing the CMOS). Of course before going after the Hard Drive, I thought it would be an idea to inspect the Graphics Card

The problem looks like the PCIe Card is SOOOOO long that when I am trying to tilt it back out of its blue locator, the other end of the card is striking the Motherboard. Even as far back as it will go, the card will not budge out of the slot, and I am hoping that it trully is something entirely stupid that I am missing

A:Removing NVidia Geforce PCIe Card

If the "blue locator" you mention is at the back end of the card slot, this is a release latch. Press it down and then you should be able to remove the card by pulling it straight up.

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I have been using this pc for over 2 years. In the Spring of this year the pc kept crashing. I have found out that the graphics card is reaching temperatures of 105 degrees C when playing games. I have cleaned all the fans in the pc with air.

I have been told the heat sync is probably no longer functioning correctly.

GPU temp is 66 deg C when the pc is in normal use and fan speed 40%.

As soon as I play games the fan goes to 100% and the temperatures rise until the card crashes.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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I was having problems with the Nvidia chip in this laptop. Blowing out and cleaning the fans didn't seem to do any good so I took the advice of others and cleaned off the old thermal paste and applied new. It definitely appears to have help. No laptop shut downs since. I used Arctic MX-4. Search Youtube for instructions.

Also, for peace of mind, I uninstalled any temperature monitoring program.

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