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Can't install NVidia drivers

So, I bought this EVGA GTX 770 card, and put it in my PC after uninstalling and removing my old AMD card.
But after I've taken out the old graphics card, I tried to install the drivers for it, (at the time without any GPU installed and running motherboard graphics) but when I tried this it just said Can't find compatibel hardware, so I put in the new graphics card but then I of course can't see anything, so how can I install this driver?
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  1. Did you already remove all software/drivers from your AMD card?
  2. cars12345 said:
    Did you already remove all software/drivers from your AMD card?


    yes, read somewhere in some manual I got with it that it would be recomennded so, why not?
  3. Are you using the output from the graphics card, and not the motherboard?
    This is a common mistake.
  4. cars12345 said:
    Are you using the output from the graphics card, and not the motherboard?
    This is a common mistake.


    When I start the Pc with the GPU in, I get three beeps with half a minute to 2 minutes between them, and a it says in small letters only "B2" on the screen, and then the screen turns all black after the third beep, with this white line blinking in the upper left corner.
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  6. cars12345 said:


    Thank you so much, this seems to have solved the problem :D
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