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How do I get my monitor to recognize the video card?

#21d209999Posted 12/29/2013 1:29:04 PM
rayneotacon posted...
Seriously, I've been asking people for help for three days now.


What video card do you have? What motherboard do you have? What type of connection are you using to connect the monitor to the video card (VGA, DVI, HDMI, Displayport)?

Rather than b**** about not getting any help, give us the info we need to help you.
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#22rayneotacon(Topic Creator)Posted 12/29/2013 1:40:15 PM
I'm using this

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813157293

with this

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131512

And I've tried both DVI and HDMI
#23WinpusPosted 12/29/2013 1:43:33 PM
I know it was asked in one form or another earlier in the thread already, but you've got the two extra power connectors going to the card, right?
#24ClouddxPosted 12/29/2013 1:46:26 PM(edited)
Fade2black001 posted...
Do people seriously fail this much on this board? Not one has mentioned to install drivers. Geez... TC install your GPU drivers and that should be that then.


You're wrong man, and in your post you're coming off as a jerk; please just stop... You don't need drivers to see the bios even if you're using a dedicated video card.

I'm pretty sure all he needs to do is turn of the integrated graphics and it should pick up the dedicated graphics card no problem.

To do this you have to go into the bios and find the option for integrated graphics and turn it off.
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#25teknic1200Posted 12/29/2013 2:03:19 PM
what happens when you plug the thing into the motherboard's output?
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#26ClouddxPosted 12/29/2013 2:03:48 PM
teknic1200 posted...
what happens when you plug the thing into the motherboard's output?


He said it boots up fine when he goes thru the mobo.
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#27d209999Posted 12/29/2013 2:06:38 PM(edited)
Winpus posted...
I know it was asked in one form or another earlier in the thread already, but you've got the two extra power connectors going to the card, right?


TC, he is referring to these

http://i.imgur.com/rpbFGi7.png

As kind of an off the wall idea, I wonder what input the TC's monitor is set to. If it's not Auto Detect, perhaps the monitor is just looking for the wrong input.

Edit: Computer works when connected to integrated.
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#28xcmon3yx2Posted 12/29/2013 2:20:50 PM
its obvious what his problem is plebeians. You need to turn off the integrated graphics in the bios, plug your monitor into the mobo, and boot to bios. Then look for it and disable it
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#29ClouddxPosted 12/29/2013 2:21:32 PM
xcmon3yx2 posted...
its obvious what his problem is plebeians. You need to turn off the integrated graphics in the bios, plug your monitor into the mobo, and boot to bios. Then look for it and disable it


yeh that's what I said a while ago.
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#30rayneotacon(Topic Creator)Posted 12/29/2013 2:38:26 PM
So I just started clicking random stuff in the bios, and it's saying that the video card isn't connected to the motherboard. I moved it over to a different slot, and the same thing happened.