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reboot and select proper boot device error when insterted a new graphics card

When my computer is off, I inserted my new graphics card gts 250 geforce nvidia,
And then when I turn on my pc I get this problem "Reboot and select proper boot device" and I cant bypass it
Pls HELP
System info:
Motherboard: intel DG31PR
RAM: 1 GB
Processor: Pentium(R) dual core CPU E5300 @ 2.60Ghz
OS: Windows 8
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  1. Unplug and replug the power and data cable to your hard drive.

    Probable knocked one loose when you installed the graphics card.
  2. When you say off - did you mean unplugged or the psu switched off. If not there is always voltages present on the mobo so that it can wake up. Hopefully all power was removed - did you hook up the power for the gpu properly - is the card seated in the pci-e connector properly?
    -Bruce
  3. dish_moose said:
    When you say off - did you mean unplugged or the psu switched off. If not there is always voltages present on the mobo so that it can wake up. Hopefully all power was removed - did you hook up the power for the gpu properly - is the card seated in the pci-e connector properly?
    -Bruce


    yes the card is seated in the pci-e connector properly
    and im just a 13 years old dude with adult supervision :langue:
  4. Best answer
    Go into the BIOS and make sure your graphic device is set for pci-e.
    -Bruce
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