Very interesting problem Tags: Graphics Cards Computer PCI Express Graphics Last response: April 22, 2009 1:52 AM in Graphics & Displays Share BenHur April 21, 2009 12:47:20 PM Hi aLL, I have a very strange problem with a computer of my friend... Nothing is displayed on his monitor when he starts the computer, no signal. I took his video card and puted it in my computer and it is working. (so, the video card is ok). I took my video card and put in his pci express slot and.... is it working !!... So i can say that video card and pci express slot are ok... But which is the problem then? His video card is GeForce 6200SE ASUS. I have reseted the BIOS but the same problem occurs... Please give me a clue of what;s going on overhere More about : interesting problem toledo_speedo April 21, 2009 3:06:39 PM Put you card into his computer and load the drivers for the 6200SE so you can make sure the installation is complete then power down drop his card in and see if it works. Dekasav April 21, 2009 9:20:21 PM I second toledo. Related resources Very interesting problem - Forum Very Interesting Problem =\ - Forum A very interesting problem/ question with a new hardrive and upgrading - Forum Very interesting AMD 6990 problem. - Forum Very interesting problem with BFG 8800GTS (g92) - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Komomu April 21, 2009 9:33:08 PM I agree but if that doesn't work Did he just get it? If he did, maybe it is a power supply issue which I doubt but what is his power supply? boulard83 April 21, 2009 10:16:17 PM HUmmm a 6200 dont have a PCI6 connector ( or a molex since its a 6200 ). I doubt its the PSU. Try the toledo option. geofelt a c 260 U Graphics card April 22, 2009 1:52:18 AM A vga card should at least work in basic mode without any driver support. What is your video card? Is it the same? What mobo do you each have? Here is a theory: Is it possible that his motherboard requires a psu connection for added power for the pci-e slots? Your mobo could be powered correctly which is why both cards work in your mobo, and his could be underpowered so if his card required more power, it would fail in his board while yours worked. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Very Interesting "XP Home" repeating Boot Problem!!! Help!!! Forum Very Interesting Problem - X800GTO 512MB (not O/C) Forum Very interesting problem - RDC connects to wrong machine?! Forum Very interesting question Forum PLEASE HELP, Laptop won't recognise HD ready Bush 32" via HDMI. <~~~~~ VERY INTERESTING.. Forum SolvedAn Interesting Problem: Possible HDD Failure? Forum SolvedInteresting keyboard problem Forum SolvedInteresting problem I've never had Forum SolvedInteresting Networking Problem (Mac's can connect but not PC's) Forum SolvedReally interesting disconnection problem Forum Solved[SOLVED] Interesting PSU/Graphics card problem Forum My 5870 vs my 3 285 GTX, very interesting results! Forum Found this video about Phenom. Very Interesting. Forum DailyTech makes an very interesting parallel with Wii Forum Future of Computing... Very Interesting Read Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !