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January 21, 2010 11:09:57 PM

I have purchased a PNY nVidia GeForce 9800 GT EE 1024 graphics card. I can not get it to post. My system is home built. My OS is Windows 7. M/B is ASUS M2V-MX SE. Processor is Athlon Duo Core 2500mhz. 4GB Ram. After installing video card and rebooting system card will not post.I upgraded my PSU to a 750 watt Antec with 12v - 25 amp available. When I reinstall previous video card shows up immediately. Can any one help. Contact is email removed

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a c 189 U Graphics card
January 22, 2010 1:44:16 AM

your mobo has onboard gpu or not?
Did u disable it?
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January 22, 2010 2:34:06 AM

Yes , has on board and it has been disabled and set to PCI
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a c 189 U Graphics card
January 22, 2010 3:14:40 AM

and have u uninstall the older driver of the onboard?
also make sure u hook up the monitor to the vga output not onboard...
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January 22, 2010 9:49:56 AM

Where do I go or what is the procedure for uninstalling older driver of the on board vga. I am using an ASUS PCIe card now and it is working fine, but want to use my 9800 card. And thanks for the quick response
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a c 189 U Graphics card
January 22, 2010 9:56:35 AM

i think there's an option to uninstall from Control Panel - Programs and Features.
Have another computer? u can try your card there to make sure it's work... :) 
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a b U Graphics card
January 22, 2010 1:34:31 PM

Did you plug the pci-e 6-pin connector from your PSU to the video card?
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January 22, 2010 2:40:54 PM

hundredislandsboy said:
Did you plug the pci-e 6-pin connector from your PSU to the video card?


The PCIe card I have does not have a 6-pin connector available.
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a b U Graphics card
January 22, 2010 6:40:49 PM

On Asus' website, other users are also reporting they can't use a 9800 GT with your motherboard.

You may want to ask Asus if your motherboard's PCI-E slot is able to pump out enough watts to power your videocard.

Stick another videocard in there like a low powered 8500 GT or 7100 Gs or anything else. If the card works, at least you know the PCI-E slot works with lower power cards.
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