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Monitor goes stand-by after few seconds while booting up - MSI GTX 750 2Gb

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July 3, 2014 5:52:38 AM

I resently replaced my GT 620 for a MSI GTX 750ti (2Gb gaming) and when i put it in my pc and boot it up the first seconds when the logo is showing the monitor is just on but after a few seconds it turns black and my monitor goes stand-by and i can't get it on by using my keyboard or mouse so i have to turn it off. it is really frustrating having a new graphicscard but aren't able to use it. :-(

But when i plugged my old card back in the monitor just works fine.

I already tried a few things such as: virus-scans, safe mode, a bios reset, turned of the drivers from my old graphicscard but nothing worked. Please help me if you no something i did't try yet.

my specs are:
intel core i5 3.2GHz
Ram: 8Gb
OS: Windows 8
Monitor: Samsung syncmaster S24B150
HDD: 2TB
Power thing: 300W

PS: sorry for my bad english sometimes!
July 3, 2014 5:57:34 AM

AugustvandeVen said:
I resently replaced my GT 620 for a MSI GTX 750ti (2Gb gaming) and when i put it in my pc and boot it up the first seconds when the logo is showing the monitor is just on but after a few seconds it turns black and my monitor goes stand-by and i can't get it on by using my keyboard or mouse so i have to turn it off. it is really frustrating having a new graphicscard but aren't able to use it. :-(

But when i plugged my old card back in the monitor just works fine.

I already tried a few things such as: virus-scans, safe mode, a bios reset, turned of the drivers from my old graphicscard but nothing worked. Please help me if you no something i did't try yet.

my specs are:
intel core i5 3.2GHz
Ram: 8Gb
OS: Windows 8
Monitor: Samsung syncmaster S24B150
HDD: 2TB

PS: sorry for my bad english sometimes!


Put your GTX 620 back in the motherboard and boot normally. You have to download this software called "Display Driver Uninstaller" that you can find on this website: http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/display_driver_unin...

Reboot to safe mode and use the software to uninstall the drivers. After uninstalling, turn off your computer and put the new 750 Ti and boot normally. Then you install new drivers when you boot back on! Hope I helped!
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July 3, 2014 6:20:56 AM

It did't work, but thanks your help! Do you know some other things i can do to fix it?

AngeleJR said:
AugustvandeVen said:
I resently replaced my GT 620 for a MSI GTX 750ti (2Gb gaming) and when i put it in my pc and boot it up the first seconds when the logo is showing the monitor is just on but after a few seconds it turns black and my monitor goes stand-by and i can't get it on by using my keyboard or mouse so i have to turn it off. it is really frustrating having a new graphicscard but aren't able to use it. :-(

But when i plugged my old card back in the monitor just works fine.

I already tried a few things such as: virus-scans, safe mode, a bios reset, turned of the drivers from my old graphicscard but nothing worked. Please help me if you no something i did't try yet.

my specs are:
intel core i5 3.2GHz
Ram: 8Gb
OS: Windows 8
Monitor: Samsung syncmaster S24B150
HDD: 2TB

PS: sorry for my bad english sometimes!


Put your GTX 620 back in the motherboard and boot normally. You have to download this software called "Display Driver Uninstaller" that you can find on this website: http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/display_driver_unin...

Reboot to safe mode and use the software to uninstall the drivers. After uninstalling, turn off your computer and put the new 750 Ti and boot normally. Then you install new drivers when you boot back on! Hope I helped!


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July 3, 2014 6:26:16 AM

AugustvandeVen said:
It did't work, but thanks your help! Do you know some other things i can do to fix it?

AngeleJR said:
AugustvandeVen said:
I resently replaced my GT 620 for a MSI GTX 750ti (2Gb gaming) and when i put it in my pc and boot it up the first seconds when the logo is showing the monitor is just on but after a few seconds it turns black and my monitor goes stand-by and i can't get it on by using my keyboard or mouse so i have to turn it off. it is really frustrating having a new graphicscard but aren't able to use it. :-(

But when i plugged my old card back in the monitor just works fine.

I already tried a few things such as: virus-scans, safe mode, a bios reset, turned of the drivers from my old graphicscard but nothing worked. Please help me if you no something i did't try yet.

my specs are:
intel core i5 3.2GHz
Ram: 8Gb
OS: Windows 8
Monitor: Samsung syncmaster S24B150
HDD: 2TB

PS: sorry for my bad english sometimes!


Put your GTX 620 back in the motherboard and boot normally. You have to download this software called "Display Driver Uninstaller" that you can find on this website: http://www.guru3d.com/files_details/display_driver_unin...

Reboot to safe mode and use the software to uninstall the drivers. After uninstalling, turn off your computer and put the new 750 Ti and boot normally. Then you install new drivers when you boot back on! Hope I helped!




Is your card plugged in?
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