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Old video card not being recognized after hardware upgrade

I felt like I needed a general hardware upgrade so I replaced everything except my video card and hard drives. Now the problem is that my video card isn't being properly identified. Device Manager says that it has problems. Is there a way for me to check if my video card is broken? Could it be an incompatibility with my motherboard?

I'm trying to download updated drivers in case that's the only problem but my connection is being very uncooperative and it could take hours to finish.

Relevant system info:
Windows 10
Inno3D GTX 550 Ti
Asus B150 Pro Gaming Aura
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    do you have the latest bios version?
    Version 1806
    Description B150 PRO GAMING/AURA BIOS 1806
    Improve system stability

    https://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/B150-PRO-GAMING-AURA/HelpDesk_Download/

    and all drivers update installed? windows updates?

    you can try with the igp from your cpu to see if you got a windows screen appear on your monitor
    go in the bios and set integrated instead of pci-e
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