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Old 04-23-2008, 10:48 AM   #1
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Hey guys, my computer recently died on me, the power supply went out and fried, so i went to the store and bought a brand new Coolmax 400w PS. My computer also had on-board video so i went and bought a GeForce 6200LE 128mb AGP card to help with video because i video edit with Adobe Premiere and After Effects and it has been lagging big time. So I went and installed the video card and power supply no biggy, but then i went to turn on the computer and it turned on but i am not getting a signal from my monitor. Everything is plugged in correctly, does anyone know whats wrong? I tried to plug the VGA cord into the on board video to and that didnt work. I tried 2 different monitors without the video card and vice versa and i still get no video. Whats wrong? Btw im on a HP a250e desktop.
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Old 04-23-2008, 11:08 AM   #2
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Hi skatefilmer202 Welcome to TSF
You need to Disable the On-board video in the bios.
First pull the new card, use the on-board to go into the device manager and un-install the video device.
Then go into the bios and disable the on-board video.
Install the new card and let windows find the new card.
Then install drivers.
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