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Bsod after installing gtx 750ti

Hello,

I had a radeon 6670 hd on my pc so I thought I would upgrade it so I got the 750ti. It has the 6 pin power conector and 2 fans if that matters.
The pc is working fine, until I get into a game. First time I got into far cry 4, 2 minutes in I got a bsod, next time after I tried uninstalling the previous drivers completely it seemed to work for a bit and after like an hour in counter strike I just got a bsod.
I don't really know what the problem is. I currently have 8gb of ram, amd athlon II x4 620 2.6ghz (I know it's pretty weak, I plan on upgrading it soon) and also a power supply that I'm a bit worried about.
It's called Linkworld. LPK2-30-P4 I've read that it could cause problems for the graphics card. But on the specs it says it has 500w, and +3.3V@28A, +5V@38A, +12V@20A, -12V@0.8A, +5VSB@2.0A
Is there something I can do to get it fixed because I don't want to be worried if i will get a bsod all of a sudden?
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  1. be sure to boot into BIOS and either update it or toggle a hardware setting (turn off a feature and turn it back on)
    this will force the BIOS to rescan the hardware and rebuild the database of hardware settings that it sends to windows.
  2. johnbl said:
    be sure to boot into BIOS and either update it or toggle a hardware setting (turn off a feature and turn it back on)
    this will force the BIOS to rescan the hardware and rebuild the database of hardware settings that it sends to windows.


    Not exactly certain, how to do that.
  3. have you tried doing clean driver installation? from what i can see here it seems like generic unit but it should be at least able to power 750Ti
  4. Best answer
    look up your computer mother board, find out what key to press to get into the BIOS setup. find any hardware device listed, disable it and reenable it. now save the changes and it should rebuild the database and reboot.

    Thazzrill said:
    johnbl said:
    be sure to boot into BIOS and either update it or toggle a hardware setting (turn off a feature and turn it back on)
    this will force the BIOS to rescan the hardware and rebuild the database of hardware settings that it sends to windows.


    Not exactly certain, how to do that.
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