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When i upgrade my video card,the opening speed of my computer decreased.

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January 13, 2014 5:15:50 AM

First of all, sorry for the bad English.But I'm desperate, I really need some help.

I was going to ask for help from you guys.My system was the following:

Motherboard: gigabyte H77-DS3H
Processor: INTEL CORE İ5 3450 3.1 GHZ,
memory: CORSAIR VENGEANCE 8 GB (2 x 4)
Hdd: SEAGATE BARRACUDA 500 GB
graphics card: XFX AMD RADEON HD 6870
Psu: OCZ (600 WATT)
operating system: Windows 7 Professional 64 bit

Video card fan is broken, while playing the game because of the heated performance was very low.I also take this opportunity to change display card.I bought my NVIDIA GeForce GTX760.I wore out the old card to the new card; but normally, any advantage the computer button on the "Starting Windows" I took 3 seconds.It was the first page that advertises the motherboard 2 seconds.This page is for the Bios settings for Boot Menu "DEL" "F10" page.When the new display card on this 2 minutes long; then Starting Windows screen and the Windows open.

I've installed the driver for the graphics card, and updated.Today I just thought, I decided to format the hard drive recovery.Then I pressed F10 continuously on the home screen for 2 minutes.(Go to format the hard disk to the Boot menu)Normally 2 minutes after Starting Windows screen thinking, this time I waited 5 minutes black screen.; still black just the screen.So I gave up installing windows again.

I know nothing about the computer remained inadequate, experienced friend for advice: what is the Problem? What's the solution?
January 13, 2014 5:49:41 AM

bump

can you use google translate so we can understand each other better
http://translate.google.com/

I think your saying that you upgraded your video card, then you installed a GTX 760. Then you formated your hard drive and your trying to install windows.
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January 13, 2014 7:03:20 AM

First of all,I was studying for my final exam.I didn't have much time for posting.Because of that,i ve already used translate for the posting.

Now i can write about my problem.

You can see my old video card and my system in my old post.I upgraded my video card. (HD 6870 to GTX 760)

Before upgrading,when i pushed to power button i could see the "Starting Windows" title in 3 seconds.
When i upgraded my video card,my computer started to open slowly.I can't see the "Starting Windows" title in 3 seconds anymore.I have to wait exactly 2 minutes for that.

I think this is a big problem.Sometimes, I need to use the computer as a matter of urgency.

On the other hand,while i waiting for the opening of the computer, I can't enter into the bios settings or boot menu.When I press the Del key or F10, after the 2 minutes waiting period,I get a black screen.

Thank you in advance for your help...

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January 13, 2014 7:38:06 AM

ulucturkay said:
First of all,I was studying for my final exam.I didn't have much time for posting.Because of that,i ve already used translate for the posting.

Now i can write about my problem.

You can see my old video card and my system in my old post.I upgraded my video card. (HD 6870 to GTX 760)

Before upgrading,when i pushed to power button i could see the "Starting Windows" title in 3 seconds.
When i upgraded my video card,my computer started to open slowly.I can't see the "Starting Windows" title in 3 seconds anymore.I have to wait exactly 2 minutes for that.

I think this is a big problem.Sometimes, I need to use the computer as a matter of urgency.

On the other hand,while i waiting for the opening of the computer, I can't enter into the bios settings or boot menu.When I press the Del key or F10, after the 2 minutes waiting period,I get a black screen.

Thank you in advance for your help...



I would update your motherboards BIOS, but be carefull when doing so because you can make it worthless if you mess up. How old is your computer/ what is your motherboards model?


Simular problems found by Google searching- graphics slow boot windows

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/387596-33-slow-window...

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1860424/gpu-maki...

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1969926/boot-slo...
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January 13, 2014 9:00:41 AM

awesomedude911 said:
ulucturkay said:
First of all,I was studying for my final exam.I didn't have much time for posting.Because of that,i ve already used translate for the posting.

Now i can write about my problem.

You can see my old video card and my system in my old post.I upgraded my video card. (HD 6870 to GTX 760)

Before upgrading,when i pushed to power button i could see the "Starting Windows" title in 3 seconds.
When i upgraded my video card,my computer started to open slowly.I can't see the "Starting Windows" title in 3 seconds anymore.I have to wait exactly 2 minutes for that.

I think this is a big problem.Sometimes, I need to use the computer as a matter of urgency.

On the other hand,while i waiting for the opening of the computer, I can't enter into the bios settings or boot menu.When I press the Del key or F10, after the 2 minutes waiting period,I get a black screen.

Thank you in advance for your help...



I would update your motherboards BIOS, but be carefull when doing so because you can make it worthless if you mess up. How old is your computer/ what is your motherboards model?


Simular problems found by Google searching- graphics slow boot windows

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/387596-33-slow-window...

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1860424/gpu-maki...

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1969926/boot-slo...


My computer is 2 years old.My motherboard model is GIGABYTE H77 DS3H.I cant enter into the bios settings.How can i update my motherboards BIOS ?

Thanks for your help.I really need it.
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January 13, 2014 10:02:12 AM

awesomedude911 said:
ulucturkay said:
First of all,I was studying for my final exam.I didn't have much time for posting.Because of that,i ve already used translate for the posting.

Now i can write about my problem.

You can see my old video card and my system in my old post.I upgraded my video card. (HD 6870 to GTX 760)

Before upgrading,when i pushed to power button i could see the "Starting Windows" title in 3 seconds.
When i upgraded my video card,my computer started to open slowly.I can't see the "Starting Windows" title in 3 seconds anymore.I have to wait exactly 2 minutes for that.

I think this is a big problem.Sometimes, I need to use the computer as a matter of urgency.

On the other hand,while i waiting for the opening of the computer, I can't enter into the bios settings or boot menu.When I press the Del key or F10, after the 2 minutes waiting period,I get a black screen.

Thank you in advance for your help...



I would update your motherboards BIOS, but be carefull when doing so because you can make it worthless if you mess up. How old is your computer/ what is your motherboards model?


Simular problems found by Google searching- graphics slow boot windows

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/387596-33-slow-window...

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1860424/gpu-maki...

http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1969926/boot-slo...


I updated my motherboard's BIOS.So the problem was solved.

Thank you so much !!
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January 13, 2014 6:57:47 PM

Happy to hear that your PC is working! Have fun!
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