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GD Apr 27, 2006 #5 paranoid guy TS Rookie Posts: 420 Ok, if you've tried another card in the pc and everything has worked perfectly that narrows it down a Already have an account? Some one on this form said mite be my RAM? The computer keeps restarting. have a peek at these guys

If you do see the BIOS/UEFI boot screen but nothing further then it may be the graphics card driver. Please help me with this shetty PRoblem!!!! Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Graphic Cards » User Name Remember Me? So, what could be the problem?

New Graphics Card Computer Keeps Restarting

Switch screen back to graphics card. 10. I am trying it out now. Similar Topics PC turns retarded, shuts off after few seconds, turns back on Mar 8, 2008 PC runs but turns off after a couple of seconds... I'll try it though if you think it might work.

I can't install any Nvidia software. and if your done of the things I've said... Also, install your latest chipset drivers. Gpu Turns On Then Off Trolling should be.

It's not a coaxial output, not sure what it is. No, it's probably not a BIOS setting. I'll have a look for one of those threads now. Happy gaming!

Go into BIOS, select iGPU as main gpu 3. Computer Wont Turn On With Graphics Card Plugged In I just don't get it how it can fail after simply moving the tower from one place to another and (previously) right itself. Helpful +9 Report Nacks Dec 18, 2008 at 10:46 PM Hello! I tried this yesterday and it was the same thing.

  1. You might have to uninstall the NVIDIA driver first, then shutdown, plug in the AMD card and boot up again followed by AMD driver installation.
  2. I've seen threads here where people have experienced problems like that after changing the administrator.
  3. Osama J March 20, 2014 at 1:41 pm I cant see anything, not even the boot screen.

Computer Wont Turn On After Installing Graphics Card

After turning back on, it stays on indefinitely until I turn the computer off. Already have an account? New Graphics Card Computer Keeps Restarting But on mine, it's the same problem. Graphics Card Causes Computer To Shut Down Restart your computer for changes to take effect.

This is with my old graphics card. More about the author I'm off to push everything over a cliff.... Now turn on your system. Join the community here, it only takes a minute. Graphics Card Shuts Down Computer

turn off PC. 4. Mybe the problem is in that I insalled resently some new programms in my computer :Premium Booster and Ashampo Magical Defrag. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. check my blog Just installed new PSU and graphics card and now my PC shuts off whilst starting windows solved Installed new GPU, computer now shuts down under heavy loads My new custom built

I've reseated it several times and know it's hooked up correctly, but have the same result every time. Black Screen After Installing New Graphics Card Then at reboot, it would run up to Bios and shutdown. find a app (maybe on the nvidia website, or google it) that will clean out all the display drivers from your system and run it.

What is the make/model of the card?

You could have booted with the GT430, remove the driver, then shutdown and install the new card. I can't remember one of the files (something like foxy or voxy or something?), but the one I can remember was nvcpl.dllI am not sure what to do. It should be possible to remove the Radeon drivers. Pc Won't Boot With Graphics Card Installed For example a corrupt BIOS may have set some frequency or voltage too high causing damage, worst case it killed the Integrated Graphics Solution or the PCI-Express controller of your CPU

why? 1 2 3 4 5 Next Ask a question Member requests are more likely to be responded to. Fallen GeminiJan 1, 2009, 9:21 AM I went to safemode, open up device management, uninstalled geforce9500gt. One short beep generally means that the POST has passed and that it will continue booting. news It worked fine for a couple of hours then turned off when I was browsing the internet.

Apr 27, 2006 #8 bullhorn TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 23 I was told it was Nvidia but the problem is, if I leave it in the slot and connect the Many thanks. If so, do I have to buy another heat sink? Reply With Quote « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Quick Navigation Computer Build / Upgrade Help Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums

Also, install your latest chipset drivers. Ask ! I still use that computer for some small stuff. After not finding a permanent solution i decided to buy another model.

Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language Also removed the battery. Also Try lowering (aka removing) some system memory as I have a friend who recently had a similar problem and that was the solution for getting the video to work. Apr 30, 2007 My PC, turns off for 3 seconds after turning on then turns back on Nov 25, 2010 New PC will boot and shut off after a few seconds

Also, install your latest chipset drivers. I'll try it on friends pc. As it hadn't restarted for a while I closed the log and just started browsing the internet when it randomly powered off again. BSOD Help and Support Installing DRIVER for my laptop neo b3362, error Intel(R) driver missi changed the OS of my laptop from windows7 starter to windows ultimate x64.

It turns off without warning constantly when the power fails computer turn off suddenly without any warning. I have a 128MB Nvidia graphics card. (Came with pc second hand). My graphic card works fine in another PC and I know that their card (which is an NVIDIA GEFORCE MX-200/32MB) works fine in mine. Helpful +14 Report Irfan2u2 2Posts Monday April 20, 2009Registration date April 21, 2009 Last seen Apr 21, 2009 at 05:43 AM Computers will only shutdown when overheat or hardware prob....

My father is being stubborn and won't help, and instead would shrug me off claiming that I permenantly broke the pc with a wrong graphics driver (which is a lie since Thumbs up Bro.........