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EVGA GeForce GTX 750 (Problem)

So i ordered this card, EVGA GeForce GTX 750


Installed it,
but the drivers aren't being recognize by it?
the card, is turn on, because the fan is working when i turn my pc on.

This are the error messages i get
https://db.tt/PjV4EqLj

(after pressing "close", it proceeds to extract the drivers but than..)
https://db.tt/joa98JiB


edit: sorry for bad english
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  1. What drivers are you installing from?
    Did you get the latest from here: http://www.nvidia.co.uk/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-uk
    CD drivers are outdated.
  2. Suztera said:
    What drivers are you installing from?
    Did you get the latest from here: http://www.nvidia.co.uk/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-uk


    They were from the disc the product came with
    going to download drivers from the website you just linked as well.
  3. Please download GeForce Experience.
    It will download and install the best drivers for you.
  4. Tried both, problem is that "System compatibility" is't going trough.
    https://db.tt/joa98JiB
  5. Suztera said:
    Use this driver, not version 332.17 driver
    http://www.nvidia.co.uk/download/driverResults.aspx/77254/en-uk


    Yes i did use that driver, still gave me an error.
    https://db.tt/7Evg9e0v
    https://db.tt/5dm64Kyg
    https://db.tt/sKvzShjq

    Do i have to uninstall Intels Graphics Driver?
    also do i have to connect my DVI/HDMI to the GPU? ( i tried doing it but it gave me a blank screen/black)
  6. No, Intel gpu drivers should coexist with it.
    Yes you need to connect your monitor cable to the gpu. Your motherboard display outputs should be disabled when using a gpu.
    Reset the BIOS settings.
  7. Suztera said:
    No Intel gpu drivers should coexist with it.
    Yes you need to connect your monitor cable to the gpu. Your motherboard display outputs should be disabled when using a gpu.


    "No Intel gpu drivers should coexist with it. "
    by this you mean uninstall the drivers?
  8. Intel gpu drivers can be left alone. It will co-exist with Nvidia drivers.
    You need to connect your monitor cable to the gpu. Your motherboard display outputs should be disabled when using a gpu.
    Reset the BIOS settings.
  9. Suztera said:
    Intel gpu drivers can be left alone. It will co-exist with Nvidia drivers.
    You need to connect your monitor cable to the gpu. Your motherboard display outputs should be disabled when using a gpu.
    Reset the BIOS settings.


    "reset bios" if you meant, restarting my pc, than i did.
    i also connected the DVI cable to the GPU, still a blank/black screen until i changed it to my motherboards.
  10. Suztera said:


    http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z77%20Pro4/
    this is my Motherboard, if anything the problem can be that its not compatible?

    i am going to try the first tutorial of that link.
  11. So i went in my Bios, and there was no "reset to dafult" things, except "load default EIF" ( i believe that's how it was type)

    and even tough, i reseted it to "default" nothing happen?
  12. Send a support ticket to EVGA about your GPU or use their forums.
  13. Suztera said:
    Send a support ticket to EVGA about your GPU.


    i think i finally found the problem, is my motherboard is not recognizing the gpu.

    when i went onto the bios it show me the devices i had install on the motherboard, but the gpu is not install?

    but it does't make any sense, if the GPU fan, is working and it seems like the gpu is "turn on"
  14. There might be some incompatibility with the gpu and the motherboard.
    You could try to update the motherboard BIOS.
    http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z77%20Pro4/?cat=Download&os=BIOS

    Choose the Instant Flash version to download. Click on the plus sign to learn how to flash your BIOS.
  15. Can't quote you right now, but i found the solution.

    the problem was, that the video card was not "well put in"
    i was being a little bitch that i might of broke it LOL.

    anyways thanks man, i think i got the problem all solved, will give you the "solutions" points, if those are points, if i don't run into any more trouble.
  16. Best answer
    Glad you solved it. The driver should install now.
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