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(Asus gtx 750 ti oc) New graphics card, screen goes black with underscore after booting

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June 21, 2014 9:22:58 PM

I'm sure you've seen this posted at least 1000 times now, but I've read about 120 or so forum posts and nothing has helped solve the problem.

I Purchased the Asus GTX 750 ti oc and a 500w PSU, but after installing them both and trying to boot up my PC the BIOS would display for about a minute then black screen showing me a flashing underscore, there is also a periodic beeping that happens maybe three or four times before it goes black. I have tried to put back in my old graphics card and it worked fine so I'm confused.

From what I've gathered it seems my motherboard may be the problem but without the help of someone experienced there's no way for me to know. I have Gateway's DX4860 motherboard, people were saying the it may be because the board does not support something called UEFI but I'm not sure. I hope someone can help me out

Specs
CPU: i5-3450
Ram: 16GB
MoBo: DX4860
PSU: 500w
June 21, 2014 11:44:45 PM

Abel Tes said:
I'm sure you've seen this posted at least 1000 times now, but I've read about 120 or so forum posts and nothing has helped solve the problem.

I Purchased the Asus GTX 750 ti oc and a 500w PSU, but after installing them both and trying to boot up my PC the BIOS would display for about a minute then black screen showing me a flashing underscore, there is also a periodic beeping that happens maybe three or four times before it goes black. I have tried to put back in my old graphics card and it worked fine so I'm confused.

From what I've gathered it seems my motherboard may be the problem but without the help of someone experienced there's no way for me to know. I have Gateway's DX4860 motherboard, people were saying the it may be because the board does not support something called UEFI but I'm not sure. I hope someone can help me out

Specs
CPU: i5-3450
Ram: 16GB
MoBo: DX4860
PSU: 500w


Once you put in your new card, reset your bios by using the pins on your mobo. Once that is done tell me the results when you boot.
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