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Sapphire hd 4830 no picture

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June 19, 2009 2:28:17 PM

Hy,im new on this forum so be good this time :ange: 
ok,i got new configuration,i think you will see what i have(->i have added function my computer)
my graphic card wont give me picture
i tried changin my psu with new(i had linkworld 450w)and i changed it with chieftec 350w but the problem still exists
i tried taking out from pci 16x slot and putting it back but without effect
i hear the fan of hd 4830,i hear the sound of entering the windows vista,hack i hear entering crysis
but no picture
i have integrated graphic which is hd 2100 which suck
please help or try to help
LP
Blava:) 

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a b U Graphics card
June 19, 2009 2:36:25 PM

have you made sure that the card is seated properly in the pci-e bus? also (i'm not too familiar with this) your motherboard might require that you enable the new card in the BIOS and disable the intergrated graphics. Try checking on those 2 things
June 19, 2009 2:58:17 PM

If you have integrated, you have to disable your integrated first.

I'm also thinking its a driver problem.
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June 19, 2009 4:01:56 PM

ok,thanks for mentioning this,i disabled it in bios but here is the key
i disable it,ok,but there is no picture if it is connected to hd 4830,but if connect during boot of windows to integrated,there is picture
like the integrated isnt disabled
i put primary graphics adapter to pciex bus
thx for drivers,I"II try it
any other suggestions
Thanx for helping me
P.S sorry for bad english;)
June 19, 2009 4:11:31 PM

okay did you disable it in your Bios?... and then also uninstall the drivers for your integrated
June 19, 2009 7:03:11 PM

ok,i wrote that there is no function or if it is this,i put primary graphics adapter to PCIEX
and thats only function which i found for disableing it
why would i unnistall drivers,yet its same manufacturer of graphics card(->ATI)
a b U Graphics card
June 19, 2009 8:13:38 PM

hmm well i don't personally think it's a driver problem. In all of my experiences with installing Gfx cards, even if there is no driver for the video card, it will operate at a low resolution with the Os's generic driver. I don't think thats the problem
June 20, 2009 2:09:04 AM

uncfan_2563 said:
hmm well i don't personally think it's a driver problem. In all of my experiences with installing Gfx cards, even if there is no driver for the video card, it will operate at a low resolution with the Os's generic driver. I don't think thats the problem


Yea. i thought of that.

@Fritzj92, stop trolling.

I also just thought of another solution.

Did you plug in the 6pin power in your GFX card?
June 20, 2009 2:38:00 AM

Hmmm no picture even on generic drivers ay... if you could try another card even if its a low quality card

Do you hear a POST beep on startup

May be just a bad card, return it and get a new one if at all possible if all else fails

Uber :D 
June 20, 2009 9:23:08 AM

yes i hear every time post beep,but there is no picture
i should say its bad card,because it worked three months without any sing error
i would say its problem in dvi->vga adapter,soon i should get another one so i"ll try it
thx for information:) 
any other suggestions;)
a b U Graphics card
June 20, 2009 4:06:41 PM

power to the video card connected?

Use the onboard video to get into windows and check to see if the card is detected (while connected but monitor to onboard video)
a b U Graphics card
June 20, 2009 5:07:08 PM

also make sure ur isolating your variables. Like, don't use onboard VGA connection and on the gfx card use DVI. In that situation u might have a problem in ur DVI connection.
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