I got it up and running, everything seemed to be working fine. It hadn't been right since a nvidia driver update in February which started all the computer trouble I've been having. That done I turned everything off unplugged the cables and installed the graphics card. It only needs one 4 pin 12v rail. have a peek here
Like start with the plug you are using, and swap it for another, you may have just simply blown the fuse in the plug for all you know. I've read the other post that the PSU could be the issue but I have more power than the other post. sbwamersJun 13, 2012, 2:09 PM EVGA 012-P3-2078-KR GeForce GTX 560 Ti - 448 Cores (Fermi) Classified Ultra 1280MB 320-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card Keanu Other than that, it's the slow process of reseating everything and testing with min hardware connected. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/nvidia-geforce-mx4000-fried-my-motherboard.431467/
At first I couldn't even get the fan to run but I clicked the clear CMOS switch and now the fan is running at full blast (it's really really loud? Well, almost, I can't get Mandriva to use all four monitors, just one monitor from each card. good idea I'll take it to best buy to test.
The explain it like I'm 8 years old would be nice too... Now my computer won't power on at all. Jeremy Vaught 2005-07-17 17:35 I've been using a GeForce MX 4000 AGP, but I want to expand to three monitors (from 1) so I installed a GeForce FX 5500 PCI Dual I'm a software guy - I have BIG hands - I left it to others.
Does it just need a 4 pin in there? fantastik250Jun 13, 2012, 2:13 PM +1^Correct, you need to use the 8pin and 6pin together. Got as far as stripping everything down and reseating the processor and CPU cooler (with a fresh coat of thermal paste after cleaning off the old one with TIMMS cleaner). navigate here Good luck man!
I did check this last night though. The 8 pin. Elizabeth23 replied Feb 21, 2017 at 4:30 PM News from the web #3 poochee replied Feb 21, 2017 at 4:18 PM Vista Control Panel not Accessible flavallee replied Feb 21, 2017 You have made sure you've got the case inputs plugged into the motherboard right haven't you?
thought this would help with the error i was receiving while trying to play the sims2. https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/484745/monitor-won-39-t-turn-on-with-new-geforce-gtx-460-1gb-card/ Update PlayStation Software Updates Check out the details and download the latest PlayStation system software updates. note I built 1, the other 2 I did not build. :P It is a technical difference, but's there none the less. And then restart the computer.If that doesn't work.
To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. navigate here I've decided be giving up on building either. Faulty Mobo3. It's not a matter of opinion.
Please let me know if you have any idea what the problem could be. When I get time (probably Tuesday evening) continue slow and careful testing. All our stuff and things home about advertise hey, developers! Check This Out Same problem, my first inital thought was the power supply, tried swapping them, that did not result in any progress.
All rights reserved. Please, I am so desperate. The time now is 10:31 PM.
He was a proper gent, didn't even charge me as he said he couldn't fix or precisely locate the source of my previous problem. Is it safe to try another mx4000 in the xp machine? I can't get my nvidia 560 ti video card to detect. Reply With Quote 17-05-2014,12:52 PM #4 trjp View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Secondary Hivemind Nexus Join Date Jun 2011 Posts 7,966 The answer to 'can a graphics card kill
It's really pretty hard to go wrong when putting one together these days. I'll also try and make sure the powerplug clips down properly. But yeah otherwise strip it back to basics and try firing it up with just the CPU seated in the board. this contact form Connect power (24 and 4 pin) and power-on - do you get any LEDs/lights (even if it's just the network port)?? .
I believe also now your motherboard is fine.