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Installed New Graphics Card, now hearing beeping noise

I just installed a new graphics card, the GeForce 750 Ti, into my computer. I made sure to disable my integrated graphics which I had beforehand, so that is not the problem. I've tried reseating it, switching back to my old card, nothing has worked. My power supply is 300 watts, so I assume that is not the problem. Anything will help, and thank you in advance.
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  1. You don't need to disable the integrated graphics to* use the GTX 750TI.
  2. Alright; then do you have any idea what may be the problem?
  3. When you start you computer do you still have a display? Does the GTX 750TI show up in device manager? If not remove the 750TI from the computer (while its off lol) then start up the computer and make sure that the integrated graphics are on and up to date. Then shut down the computer and install the GTX 750TI (make sure the GPU shows up in device manager) and do a clean install of the drivers.
  4. Also your power supply should be plenty. The GTX 750TI only uses 65W max. Is it a pre-built computer like HP?
  5. Yes, it is a HP computer. I hope that isn't a bad thing.
    I tried putting the integrated graphics back on, but it didn't work either.
  6. HP is fine. When you turned the Integrated graphics back on was the GPU in the system?
  7. No. I have tried them together and separately.
  8. Which model GTX 750ti do you have? Does it have a 6 pin connection on it and if so did you connect the power supply to it? At this point I'm kind of running out of things to try. The only other thing I would do is try it in a different computer and if it doesn't work then the card itself may be bad.
  9. My power supply is not connected to it, but it should be receiving power through the motherboard.
  10. Mackman750 said:
    My power supply is not connected to it, but it should be receiving power through the motherboard.


    But if that model gtx 750ti has a 6pin connection on top IT MUST BE CONNECTED for the card to work. Most graphics cards unless there low profile or like a gtx 740 or less they have to have an additional power source. I have a EVGA GTX 750Ti FTW graphics card and it requires a 6 pin connection. If you post the make/model of the graphics card or an image I can check that for you.
  11. So I called Evga to verify that it doesn't require a 6 pin connection. Does the computer work fine with your old video card? If so then I would return/RMA the card and get another (same) and try that. Also make sure your BIOS is up to date as well.
  12. I just checked, my Intel Card isn't working as well...it worked fine before. I guess I messed something up while I was installing the graphics card.
  13. Well, if I didnt mess up need before, I'm sure I've f***ed up now. I had the case wide open, poking around in my computer, with the power on. Arent I amazing.
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    Sorry to hear that. There's a chance you might of shorted out something on your motherboard when installing the card. Well next time touch the outside of the case (metal) before adding or removing any parts. That discharges any electricity on your body. If you know anyone with a power tester they should be able to find out which, if any, are shorted out. That sucks. Sorry I couldn't be of much help.
  15. Yeah, alright. I'll take a look at it. Thanks you.
  16. I've been looking around, and I'm probably going to replace my motherboard. It was no good anyways; this computer I'm upgrading is essentially a low end office PC. I would've replaced it later anyways, so I will take this as a good lesson. I should have been grounded, and made sure everything was how it was supposed to be. Better to screw up now, I guess.
  17. Read this somewhere else "Disable secure boot in the BIOS and enable Legacy boot. Secure boot prevents installation of hardware/software that is not on the "Trusted" list from HP."
  18. Jason wolf said:
    Read this somewhere else "Disable secure boot in the BIOS and enable Legacy boot. Secure boot prevents installation of hardware/software that is not on the "Trusted" list from HP."


    Try it and see if it helps.
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