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    GTX560 problem

    So i just bought a ''Ge force GTX560 (Point of view) Graphics cards & OCX ModXstream Pro 600watt power supply from the internet.


    But something is bothering me realy, i removed my ATI Radeon 3870 graphics card, replaced it, plugged in & such.
    Then i clicked the power button, First the problem was, My video card fan was, i guess using all his power, the fan made a lot of noise.
    So i turned it off, checked for problems... Well yea, i plugged one PCI-Express 6-pin in. So i plugged another in, (2 PCI-Express 6-pin).
    That turned out it din't go nuts on my fan. So one problem solved ( I think )

    Now my main problem is!
    I dont see anything on my monitor, everything is plugged in great. I tried VGA & DVI adapter.
    Still nothing, i dont see the problem realy, i tried to deinstal my ati drivers , still nothing.
    (If i remove cataclyst control center (CCC)) I get a blue screen somehow.
    But i think thats no problem, since i cannot see the bios at all, just nothing.

    And when i plug my ATI Radeon in, it works perfectly.

    So i dont see the problem.

    I use a XPS420 (Dell)
    6G Ram DDR2
    Windows 7 ultimate
    Dual2 duo

    So im out of options, googled till death, no luck.

    So i hope ya know so information. I will be realy gratefull if so!

    I dont know if i missed to give some more information. But just ask me, asap.


    Cheers for reading & understanding

    Thank you,


    Sam

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    Did you uninstall the drivers from your ATI card before you installed the new GPU? (Windows 7 default drivers should install though and handle that)
    My next thought is maybe you need a BIOS update for PCI 2.0 compatibility. I don't know for sure if Dell's supported that out of the box, or if there was a BIOS update. (possibility it's not even supported)
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    Hmm, my I uninstalled everything yesterday via driver sweeper, no luck.
    Was still only a black screen! D:

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    Have you tried both video ports on the video card? Have you tried using a different PCIe slot (if available) in the computer?

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    Hmm, i dont know if i can do that, I'm not that smart with Pc's, I have a 0tp406 motherboard.
    And where my video card is plugged in is in that blue lever thingy? I dont know how to say it, proberly a PCIe. Not sure.

    If anyone can look at that a 0tp406 motherboard picture, and tell me where i can put it elsewhere I would be gratefull! <3

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    Meh, anyone know the problem ):

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    give it back and try another one man
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    My question is, WHAT Picture? I see no where above any links to a picture of that motherboard, that we're supposed to look at to help with...
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    ATI is a real bitch when it comes to changing to another video card. Their uninstallers have a reputation for leaving dangerous "junk" laying around to cause trouble.

    This is worth a try:

    Download Revo Uninstaller Freeware - Free and Full Download - Uninstall software, remove programs, solve uninstall problems

    I'd also check BIOS to see that it is set for PCI Express, or just clear your BIOS.

    You may have to reinstall the ATI card, then go into the driver section and screen capture the names of all of the driver files, then uninstall and do a scan and delete them one by one, and then go into Regedit and delete all ATI entries. Basically, deleting everything with "ATI" in the name in the drivers and the registry.

    Then reboot and hopefully Windoze will call up the right drivers, and things will work right.

    AND BEFORE YOU DO THIS CREATE A RESTORE POINT...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckiechan View Post
    ATI is a real bitch when it comes to changing to another video card. Their uninstallers have a reputation for leaving dangerous "junk" laying around to cause trouble.

    This is worth a try:

    Download Revo Uninstaller Freeware - Free and Full Download - Uninstall software, remove programs, solve uninstall problems

    I'd also check BIOS to see that it is set for PCI Express, or just clear your BIOS.

    You may have to reinstall the ATI card, then go into the driver section and screen capture the names of all of the driver files, then uninstall and do a scan and delete them one by one, and then go into Regedit and delete all ATI entries. Basically, deleting everything with "ATI" in the name in the drivers and the registry.

    Then reboot and hopefully Windoze will call up the right drivers, and things will work right.

    AND BEFORE YOU DO THIS CREATE A RESTORE POINT...
    Yes, i have done this, removing all drivers.
    But even when u have all drivers installed from ATI, and put a NVIDIA card in. There should be a BIOS popping up right? Since your pc read drivers after the bios, and i cant even see the bios with my NVIDIA card.

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    is that the computer your having problems with?

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    Yes!
    Yes i do!

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    Still nothing

    I tried almost everything what was in my brain.

    Driver isnt the problem, anyone else have a suggestion?

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    Does Dell allow a non-Dell video card?
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    Bios set to PCI Express?
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