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MSI K9N Neo v2 and a gigabyte nvidia 460GT

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August 23, 2010 8:14:13 AM

Hello everyone,

I have purchased a Gigabyte nvidia 460GT and when I try to install drivers on XP or Seven it restart with a blue screen all the time I log in windows.
In the Bios my motherboard doesn't recognize the Graphics Cards.
There is no bios update for now, do you know what to do please?

Thanks

System configuration:
Processor: AMD Atlhon 64b X2 6000+
Graphics card: Gigabyte nvidia 460GTX 1Go GDDR5
Motherboard: MSI K9N NEO v2
Memory: 4Go (2x2Go) DDR2 Ballistix
Alimentation: Xilence 550Watts
OS: Seven
August 23, 2010 10:13:13 AM

I tried to reinstall seven, install nVidia web site driver, install driver from the card's CD nothing work

The error happen when HD audio driver is installed
August 24, 2010 7:47:30 AM

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You purchased a GTX460, not a 460GT.

Anyways why can't you re-install Win7? What happens?



Huh? Yes I did a mistake its not a 460GT but GTX....... you are quibbling...

And my problem as I said is not the installation of Windows 7 but on the installation of the graphic card. When I install drivers I have a blue screen of the death and it is not recognize in the MB's bios.

or maybe, can you tell me what is wrong in my post please....

Well, if anyone met this issue I would be glad if you can help me thanks.
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August 24, 2010 8:09:59 AM

try windows xp ! noob -.-
August 24, 2010 8:15:28 AM

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try windows xp ! noob -.-


Omg, Please Read before posting....

thx anyway...
August 24, 2010 1:16:24 PM

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Really? Well this is what you said in your second post:

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I tried to reinstall seven, install nVidia web site driver, install driver from the card's CD nothing work


I asked you why you can't install Win7 and you say your problem is not the installation of Win7..............


Well I mean no installation of any drivers were working

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Why are you looking for the video card in the bios??


Maybe the GDDR Ram card's is not supported by my MB I don't know, I just seen Graphic card: UNKOWN in the bios that's mean there is a problem no?

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When are you trying to install the drivers? From where? How? Did you install the motherboards chipset drivers first?? What is the blue screen error??


After the Windows seven installation I directly install the graphics driver using the .exe on the nvidia website and from the CD, by launching the .exe and follow instructions (you know next, next, Agree, next, next, install, finich...)
Motherboard Chipset is already installed by seven And i am not able to see the blue screen on seven I see it only from XP, its error 0f0000116.


August 26, 2010 7:33:53 AM

it is what I did ...
August 26, 2010 12:19:19 PM

Ok, well, my english is not my native language so maybe I did and do some mistakes, what I wanted to said is that I install the graphic driver using directly the setup of nvidia and from the CD. Is that clear now?

I don't want to debate on my capacity to repair computers and I am not claiming to be a professional but trust me I know how to install drivers and computer parts.

Also if you know how to fix parameters in win7 to makes the error stay on the screen I would be glad because it stop with a black screen (not like Win Xp with the BSOD).

So if you know what may cause this type of error just answer it.
I will remember you: after the installation of the graphic card when the PC reboot after the drivers installation I log in and few second after the PC crash on a black screen for Win7 and a BSOD for winXP.

And Please stop asking me to do some common tips. I tried everything except the FLASH of the bios (I am still waiting an answer from MSI).

Thanks
August 27, 2010 12:09:07 PM

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Well considering you didn't even know the name of your new video card, I assumed you knew about as much about installing it.



rofl ::it is my friend who have this issue I am not at his home soI can't verify 100% the name as It is a new card from nvidia and from this brand they name their card generally xx00AAA (like 9800GTX etc...) and not AAAxxx, so please understand I can make an error on names....

Do not be severe please :) 
August 28, 2010 8:45:05 PM

well let's take the focus back on the problem ok ;) 

i have a few questions :
is the power suply powerful enough(12v amp per rail)to run the card?
seems with no drivers its running and once device drivers insalled it give you a bsod correct?

August 30, 2010 7:38:04 AM

wiro67 said:
well let's take the focus back on the problem ok ;) 

i have a few questions :
is the power suply powerful enough(12v amp per rail)to run the card?


The power supply is new we (me and my friend) purchased it for this card cause we had a 350W no-named.
The new on is 550W modular Xilence with 2 modules for CrossFire/SLI (I know this brand is not really a good choice but it cost around 80$ and we thought that this PS was enough). Both are plugged on the Graphic card.
I verified voltages and they seems to be normal. (I will post the results in the new next post, I didn't noticed them).

wiro67 said:

seems with no drivers its running and once device drivers insalled it give you a bsod correct?


Yes you are right. with no drivers (it means that the card runs with standard VGA driver from Win7) it runs.
And then, when I install the card drivers at the boot I have a blackscreen. As you know on Win7 we do not see the BSOD we have to set it up to show it. So all I have on win7 is a blackScreen (When I ll be in front on this computer I ll see the log files to get the error and I ll tell you).

Do you think that the Power Supply (although it is new) may dysfunction?

Thanks
August 31, 2010 10:44:55 AM

could be its a bit weak on the 12v lines from what i found

Specificaties:

* Totaal : 550 Watt
* +3,3V: 30A
* +5V: 32A
* +12V - 1: 18A
* +12V - 2: 20A
* -12V: 0,5A
* +5VSB: 2,5A

cant find a page with the req min amps for the 460gtx

could just as wel be a software problem (drivers)

ok lets try another thing,as i recall its your freinds system,can you try the card in your system?

would rule out driver problem (don't know what your PSU is do )

just trowing up some idee's to get ahead

found the min req : have a look
GeForce GTX 480 - 40A and a 600W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 470 - 35A and a 550W PSU minimum
Geforce GTX 465 in SLi - 46A and a 700W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 465 - 30A and a 500W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 460 in SLi - 42A and a 650W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 460 - 26A and a 450W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 295 in Quad SLi - 70A and a 1000W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 295 - 50A and a 700W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 285 - 46A and a 550W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 280 in SLi - 55A and a 800W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 280 - 40A and a 550W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 275 in SLi - 50A and a 800W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 275 - 40A and a 550-600W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 260 OC in SLi - 50A and a 700W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 260 OC - 40A and a 550W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 260 in SLi - 50A and a 700W PSU minimum
GeForce GTX 260 - 38A and a 500W PSU minimum
GeForce GTS 250 - 32A and a 500W PSU minimum
GeForce GT 240 - 35A and a 400W PSU minimum
GeForce GT 220 - 30A and a 350W PSU minimum
GeForce 9800 GX2 - 35A and a 550W PSU minimum
GeForce 9800 GTX+ - 32A and a 500W PSU minimum
GeForce 9800 GTX - 25-30A and a 450W PSU minimum
GeForce 9600 GT - 26A and a 450W PSU minimum
GeForce 9600 GSO - 26A and a 450W PSU minimum
GeForce 8800 Ultra - 35A and a 500W PSU minimum
GeForce 8800 GTX – 30A and a 450W PSU minimum
GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB - 28A and a 500W PSU minimum
GeForce 8800 GTS 320/640MB – 26A and a 400W PSU minimum
GeForce 8800 GT in SLi - 36A and a 500W PSU minimum
GeForce 8800 GT - 26A and a 450W PSU minimum
GeForce 8600 GT/GTS - 24A and a 350W PSU minimum
GeForce 8500 GT - 22A and a 350W PSU minimum
GeForce 7950 GX2 – 27A and a 400W PSU minimum
GeForce 7950 GT – 22A and a 350W PSU minimum
GeForce 7900 GTX – 22-26A and a 350-400W PSU minimum
GeForce 7900 GTO – 22-26A and a 350-400W PSU minimum
GeForce 7900 GT – 22-26A and a 350-400W PSU minimum
GeForce 7900 GS – 22-23A and a 350W PSU minimum
GeForce 7800 All - 26A and a 400W PSU minimum
GeForce 7800 GS AGP - 20A and a 400W PSU minimum
GeForce 7600 GT – 22-26A and a 350W PSU minimum
GeForce 7600 GS – 15-17A and a 350W PSU minimum
GeForce 7300 GT – 15A and a 300W PSU minimum
GeForce 7300 GS – 15A and a 300W PSU minimum
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