Cant boot past BIOS after i installed my new Asus GTX 750 TI

Hey guy's, i installed my new 750 ti and now i can't boot past the Bios, when i put my old card back in it boots past the bios to a black screen with a flashing curser in the top left hand corner. Any help or ideas would be very much appreciated. :)
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  1. Best answer
    Can you get to safe mode? If so, run DDU from SM and see if getting rid of the old driver remnants in the Registry will help. If not, you may have to try resetting the BIOS with the on-board jumper.
    Please list the specs of your system.
  2. Hey clutch thanks for your reply, i can't get into safe mode as when the new card is in it just freezes...

    I3 quad core clocked in at 3.4ghx
    8GB DDR3 RAM
    Asus GTX 750 TI
    SSD 60GB
    SSD 250GB
    HDD 500GB
    Bluray disk drive
  3. Apparently it isn't the new card that is at fault if the old card causes issues too. What MoBo do you have?
  4. I have a Gigabyte H61MA-D3V
  5. Jecc said:
    I have a Gigabyte H61MA-D3V

    This version?
    (version 2.1)
    And 1) what is the make/model of the PSU you have? 2) what was is the old card?
  6. Hey, yes that one, I have a corsair 450w bronze power supply and I'm not 100% on my old card.
  7. Double check in the BIOS to make sure your integrated graphics (if you have it) is disabled. If so, maybe enable it and try booting without any card installed.
  8. Where about in the bios would i be looking?
  9. Try removing the card and connect your monitor to the on-board video. See if you get a display.
    I have to leave for a bit. I'll be back later tonight.
  10. Okay clutch ill do what i can, appreciate all the help, i may not update until tomorrow, however one of the guys at work is going to have a look at it for me. Once again appreciate the assistance :D
  11. Under peripherals. See page 32 of your manual

    For graphics card (i.e. card installed), set "Init Display First" to "PEG;" and "Internal Graphics" to "Disable."

    For integrated graphics (i.e. no card installed), set "Init Display First" to "IGFX;" and "Internal Graphics" to "Enable."
  12. Cheers mate, I will give an update tomorrow :)
  13. okay so I can get into Windows through on-board graphics, my bios is out of date, do you think updateing will help?
  14. Yeah, be sure you have the latest BIOS even if that's not the issue. If you have any settings, they'll all get reset to factory defaults after an update, so be sure to take note of the things settings you need before updating.

    Also, when switch to the new GPU, are you plugging your monitor into it rather than into the motherboard? The ports on the motherboard won't work once disable onboard graphics. Just something to remember. Try it with the new BIOS.
  15. +1^
    The new Maxwell-equipped gfx cards sometimes need a late BIOS to recognize the card's new BIOS.
    It appears that the problem has been narrowed down to the gfx card itself, since you have video using the integrated.
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