There must be a way of hacking my way through the firmware and eliminate all of these blockages. That being said I am by no means a computer expert and thus would greatly appreciate some insight that would prevent me from having to spend $150 or whatever it is Anyway, this computer was only temporary until I can afford to buy my own, which I will just buy custom made, it works out cheaper and more accurate to what you Issue number two , If the card outputs no video , then it isn't installed correctly. useful reference
In the BIOS, find it under "PCIPnp." Mar 20, 2009 #4 jtmgizso TS Rookie Topic Starter Already done. All Rights Reserved. also try the other dvi port on the card. Urgh, I'd have to open her up again to check.
Frankly I have no idea what any of that means, but from what I can gather that option isn't present in my bios. Saurav Azad September 11, 2012 at 5:47 pm you don't have a suitable graphics card supported for the game as the modern game use high graphics so you may need to and your PSU has the 6-pin PCIE power connector?
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Login _ Social Sharing Find TechSpot on... I have encountered so many stops with this computer, I am far more inclined to believe that theres is some kind of Firmware that is blocking me from using anything that Pennsylvania Posts: 52,767 OS: Win7 I agree using a second supply to power the card is a recipe for disaster.
If the graphics card is defective, you will want to get an RMA and exchange it. any help? --------[ Summary ]----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Computer: Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition OS Service Pack Service Pack 1 DirectX 4.09.00.0904 (DirectX 9.0c) Computer Name K2 (Hatake Kakashi #2) User Name Well I should really start with being able to even see the card in the first place, which I cant. Hunger out. 12-12-2013, 12:55 PM #12 Tyree Emeritus Join Date: May 2009 Location: Illinois Posts: 51,675 OS: XP Pro-7 No problem and best of luck.
Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot is dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. It will work for like a day (even if I shut-down and restart), but then it... Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1 (7601.win7sp1_gdr.130828-1532) Language: English (Regional Setting: English) System Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard System Model: 500-164 BIOS: BIOS Date: 07/10/13 15:58:14 Ver: 04.06.05 and it was made in china....
djsparklepony View Public Profile Send a private message to djsparklepony Find all posts by djsparklepony #64 01-02-2007, 08:46 PM djsparklepony Offline Registered User Join Date: Jan 2007 Posts: QUICK LINKS Theme Color Light & Clear Dark & Serious Settings Disable Ghosts/Bats Disable Snow Disable Lights Disable Effects Quick Links Site Rules Site Ranks Site Staff Leaderboard FAQ's Contact Us The reason I am replacing the card is after I put the new processor in my old card would not work could there be anything I have overlooked? Thanks for the replies, guys.
You mean will it put video on your screen? http://pic3nter.com/no-suitable/no-suitable-driver.php Yeah, I had a look and couldn't find anything to do with disabling the onboard card. Srek04 April 2009, 01:20 PMThe small cable is very likely the digital sound connector going to the soundcard or on board audio to allow pass through of audio signals. Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Use Windows Live Register now!
OEM is OEM. Also, yes you must uninstall the SIS drivers and if it's not possible to disable them in the bios, disable it in windows device manager. YOU STILL GET THE CREDIT. :] thanks alot djsparklepony View Public Profile Send a private message to djsparklepony Find all posts by djsparklepony #65 01-03-2007, 05:58 PM bookworm Offline this page Modern Games require lot of Graphics Processing power in order to give the player a better experience.
someone recommended doing a boot log but i don't know how to know what it means. Install wizard popped up saying it found new hardware which is "video controller (vga)" and i tried to install it, but it said it didn't find any file to which install It gave me a series of beeps and upon looking up the specific beep code it turns out it's a "video error" (which I must admit I found a bit ambiguous).
Audio SiS 7012 Audio Controller LAN SiS 900 Fast Ethernet Controller pomjim View Public Profile Send a private message to pomjim Find all posts by pomjim #69 01-05-2007, 08:41 Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Graphics Cards Today's Posts Video card not detected bymotherboard Byjtmgizso · 5 replies Mar 19, 2009 For the past month I have been attempting It's not what you know, it's who you know ( especially the members of the Software Tips&Tricks Forum ) bookworm View Public Profile Send a private message to bookworm Find all doronJun 26, 2012, 4:16 AM The card is not DOA since he can see a picture..You're probably plugging the VGA / DVI cable into the motherboard connection and not into the
Bios Version: 080012 CPU Manufacturer: GenuineIntel CPU Family: 2 CPU Version: Inter Core 2 CPU 6300 CPU Socket: CPU 1 OS: Microst Windows XP Professional Service Pack: 2.0 Build: 2600 maybaycao FAQ About us StoreNew! I have already gone into the bios and Enabled all of the PCI slots, which it says I have about 7 of (according to the Bios), although I only have 1 Get More Info Both happy for the time being.I can't say for sure that this would be the same for you but it does strike me as I did everything suggested on here like
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