thanks for the help everyone i will keep this thread open for other suggestions (until the shop replace the card) that might help thanks! i think it is a software issue.just to be sure, go to BIOS and restore everything to the default settings. Also, 32 degrees C, thats pretty hot. So why can't you use 4GiB of ram? http://codecreview.com/computer-running/computer-running-multiple-processes-at-startup-running-very-slow.html
Software ▼ Security and Virus Office Software PC Gaming See More... It could be a PSU issue. After more research on my GPU online, I found it is more like a 450W minimum requirement. Who knows, maybe with a little more perseverance you can figure out the steps needed to update that bios and get the board working. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1876412/computer-slow-upgrading-video-card.html
Sometimes I think little bits might get corrupted, and skipped over in a re-install situation. Have you tried resetting the bios by removing the CMOS battery for five minutes, then reinstalling it? Tried pulling out the newly installed GPU and "reseating" it to make sure it was completely and correctly connected to my MOBO(motherboard), and it was. On most they are entirely different processes though that are unrelated.
Sure enough Windows sped up, internet browsers no longer lagged and amazingly all games i was playing (Dead Island, Left for Dead 2 etc) were running perfectly on balanced graphical options. Search Search all Forums Search this Forum Search this Thread Tools Jump to Forum Computer runs slower after installing a new graphics card? |<<< 12 >>>| 12Next #1 Jan 29, 2011 darkbreezeFeb 5, 2016, 6:03 AM Ok, so here's the deal. Driver Cleaner Program darkbreezeFeb 4, 2016, 5:46 PM In some cases that would be a sound procedure, but I don't think CPU temps are going to be relevant in a situation where the drivers
http://puu.sh/mV7KG/fdd1a5693d.pngI feel if the driver installed correctly these all should be filled out. LGA 1366 and LGA 1156 motherboards have become like dinosaurs. At least by doing this you'll be narrowing down the cause of the problem. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2066325/computer-slower-installing-graphics-card-back-graphics-card.html Quote: 3.4 Dual BIOS Function If the USR_BIOS fails to boot, you may boot the system by the BAK_BIOS and then restore the USR_BIOS by flashing tool.
This is rather frustrating Dx That no support thing just means your PC is outputing video at a resolution it doesn't support, happened to me when my HD Dell screen turned Nvidia Update Slows Computer banzon666Nov 10, 2013, 10:57 AM Anas Bashar said: overheating might be the issue here, what case do you have? Rollback Post to Revision RollBack That one dragon coding thingy. #8 Jan 30, 2011 Bassdoken Bassdoken View User Profile View Posts Send Message Obsidian Miner Location: Vancouver, WA Join Date: 12/14/2010 JoaftheloafFeb 6, 2016, 9:51 AM darkbreeze said: Did you go INTO the BIOS, and check the listed bios version there and compare it to what it was previously?
you should get a semi-accurate reading. First thing I tried was multiple scans from Anti-Virus and Malware scanners. Computer Slow After Nvidia Driver Update That could tell you if anything is getting hot. New Gpu Slow Pc it seems that there is one default location to locate the drivers regardless of which OS is running and on which partition that specific OS is stored.i suggest keeping one OS
I've removed and reinstalled the GPU drivers. That could be the most simple solution.....Maybe you should try to uninstall all of the graphical drivers. The RAM might be too low to work fluidly. his comment is here I thought about the power supply being too weak, but after verifying it apparently runs 485W :ohmy.gif: Its most probably because of the PCI-E slot, since the specs don't seem to
can you monitor your temps idle and on load? Specs: windows vista 64bit home premium 4gb ram 400w psu geforce gts450 intel core2 quad core 2.5ghz Edited by Cthulhu, 29 September 2011 - 03:09 AM. 0 Advertisements #2 Cthulhu Posted In the end it was a simple issue of not pumping out enough juice to power my computer, it struggled trying to power all components and slowed drastically in response. Slow Boot After Installing Graphics Card Thank you for those recommendations though!
This is just getting weirder and weirder o-o Well the install coulda screwed up, i had that happen before on XP and had to reinstall like twice before everything worked right. Update bios. Hide this message.QuoraSign In Graphics Cards Computer Advice Personal Computers Computers Personal QuestionMy PC is running super slow, just after I installed nVidia Graphic card. weblink I'm curious if my PSU is possibly failing, its a delta electronics 400W model #DPS-400 RB A REV 01F.
Minecraft ran well, so I played for an hour or so before going to browse the internet. Yeah I'm not expecting it to totally work.