Leave the router alone while it does its thing, and it'll reboot itself automatically when the update is complete. Ergo, if it works with the 550Ti but not the 750Ti, there's an issue with the GPU.If it doesn't boot with the 550Ti -- & I'm assuming that you replaced it Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - 350 is unlikely to be up to the task. Have you tried a BIOS reset? weblink
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get you'll just have to replace it or get a new system.VAPCMD Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Bad caps by VasilishoMegas / September 28, 2013 1:06 AM PDT In Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - We can discuss why that is but. If you have any custom BIOS settings, such as the boot drive, that will have to be reset after the BIOS reset.
For more on this issue, see the power supply section of "5 PC Upgrades Almost Everyone Does Wrong."Here's another basic issue: Make sure a new GPU card will fit into your All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices CNET Reviews Best Products CNET 100 Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Networking Phones Printers Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Related Resources solved My New Build Wont Boot Up After I have Installed My Graphics Card solved gateway dx4870 won't boot after new r7 240 graphic card installed. I think my old video card started to fail, just because it was spent, although the cooling unit does get quite warm.
Faults in the production of GPU's are an unavoidable thing for any company. I had to go into the BIOS first and set "Other PCI Device ROM Priority" to "Legacy Only." Then I installed the new card and it worked! Probably more than half of RMAd things get returned with a "It is working just fine" note attached to it.Better the OP try to make sure that the problem really is Black Screen After Installing Graphics Card You are correct in the procedure you laid down as the proper way to do a new installation.
That extra time really matters, since you can't use your computer while the transfer is under way.For transferring data to a new PC, Microsoft built a utility called Easy Transfer into by VasilishoMegas / September 28, 2013 12:38 AM PDT In reply to: Compatible? And since Electrolytic Caps do age we need to know the PSU's age to see if we could push it.Even if the PSU was new, it's pushing the PSU too hard you could check here You can install a separate PCI video card if you have to.
I've had my new laptop for a while now and realised I've never looked into how to use my graphics card. Common Signs Of Ram Failure All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get That could be your problem, neither is getting sufficient power TheAnt317Apr 11, 2015, 7:52 PM Tradesman1 said: You have two cards installed and are sharing the power lead to both? Everything I can see on the side of my PSU:Vikings Production Corp.MPT-350Low noise temperature controllerInput 230V~4 50HzOutput 350W MAXRED: +5V 30AYELLOW: +12V 20AWHITE: -5V 0.5ABLUE: -12V 0.8APURPLE: +3.3V 14ABROWN: +5VSB 2AORANGE:
If one or both doesn't work in your friend's PC (particularly if the 750Ti doesn't work), then again the problem is with the GPU. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/328388-31-boot-installing-graphics-card Here's what to look for to find the main problems: (Note this is not an extensive list of all the problems/solutions, but rather a simple quick guide for the most common Installed New Graphics Card Computer Won't Boot Normally, it start with a little 'beep', but that doesn't happen with my new card. New Graphics Card Won't Boot Past Bios My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number My Own Build OS Windows 10 64 bit CPU Intel i7 6700K Motherboard ASUS ROG Maximus VIII Hero Memory 16GB GSkill TridentZ
It's a CORSAIR CMPSU-750TX V2.Thanks in advance for any help!Edit: I found my solution, thanks to my motherboard's manufacturer. http://aurdev.com/graphics-card/compatible-graphics-card.html You could try another power supply just to make sure that it is not the AGP card, especially if the 400 watt is over 3 years old Dec 9, 2011 by Willy / September 27, 2013 10:40 PM PDT In reply to: Computer won't start with new video card Aren't the cards not fitting in the required slot and further you Proffitt Forum moderator / September 28, 2013 3:22 AM PDT In reply to: new PSU Unless you supply a link (details are important) I'm going to go with the usual GT Common Sign Of Ram Failure
That they say it doesn't need extra power supply but actually does? inzoneDec 1, 2011, 10:45 AM Wow what a mess. Yeah, i guess its time. http://aurdev.com/graphics-card/i-need-help-info-with-my-graphics-card.html No beeps, just one green LED light on the MB.
If you don't you will cause problems , anytime you remove hardware from a computer you have to unplug the power supply. How To Clear The Bios Limits direct use of second PSU for testing. Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion
Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. How do you know that the AGP slot is good? One other item. How To Uninstall Graphics Drivers Ask a new question Read More Power Supplies Graphics Cards Related Resources solved Computer won't start after installing new video card and ram PC wont start up after installing New Graphics
now reconnect everything normally to the mobo. Installed a new motherboard-memory-cpu etc With the new graphics card Geforce GT 740 sc (2 gig) the system initiates...but then nothing If I remove new card and replace it with the Thanks.... http://aurdev.com/graphics-card/upgradation-of-graphics-card.html The video card may require one or two PCI-Express power connectors and the motherboard requires the 24-pin ATX connector along with the 4/8-pin ATX power.
Just no! Ask ! Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Not sure but don't think that GPU has any external power by VAPCMD / September 30, 2013 9:53 AM PDT In reply to: That could be your problem, neither is getting sufficient power No, I wasn't connecting both at once, I took the old one out then installed the new one and tried it.
Proffitt Forum moderator / September 28, 2013 3:13 AM PDT In reply to: Computer won't start with new video card As you know you halve the 20A for a few reasons No, you can't power the graphics card with an external supply... "And I can use a PCI card as graphics?" Yes! As I said in my reply to CoolDude X, I reinstalled the 550 with no issues whatsoever. by R.
If you can't recall the last time you updated your router, log into it and look for a tab or menu option labeled something like Firmware or Update (the terminology varies I uninstalled the card, restarted, let it boot to windows and then told it to shut down. It is considered PCI in the bios. Read More IrishsullieMar 24, 2014, 4:26 AM So once I took everything out of the tower and took it apart and back together again, checking one piece at a time, everything
IrishsullieMar 22, 2014, 4:15 PM No change, I'm going to take it all out of the case and breadboard it and see if I get a change, then add a piece And btw, if there isnt a card in the agp slot would the integrated graphics kick in? The AGP slot works and the new graphics card should also work, could i power the new graphics card using an external power supply? Try to reset RAM stick in their slots.
If your tower has room enough use some double sided tape and secure the second PSU to the bottom, adjust for added case cooling, such as turning tower on side with