Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy! Now I do! by VasilishoMegas / September 28, 2013 5:28 PM PDT In reply to: Found something about the PCIe power limitations. Get the answer Someone123Sep 4, 2013, 5:35 PM Yep nothing at all, it was working fine just before so I must have done something wrong. Source
Last edited by Farsearcher; 20-05-2014 at 10:40 PM. If lucky, you only fried your USB mouse. No, create an account now. No beeps, just one green LED light on the MB. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2075799/installing-graphics-card-computer-start.html
superclockedMember Since: December 28, 2009Posts: 5864superclockedFollowForum Posts: 5864Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#4 Posted by superclocked (5864 posts) - 3 years, 6 months ago Make sure that you're plugging Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? So I rapidly pieced the computer together. If that's plugged in correctly, then make sure that your GPU is firmly pushed into the PCI-E slot.
ghosthiramJan 3, 2012, 5:13 AM Ok, thanks. Should I have had everything connected?I'll cross my fingers and hope it just starts up fine, but I'll update when I get home and try it. ghosthiramJan 1, 2012, 2:45 AM Thanks for all the help. What Is A Common Sign Of Ram Failure So I'm going to guess is that all the USB ports are useless now?
Graphics card killed my computer? Best of luck. Take off side of computer, use the second PSU to power just the video card alone. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/331206-31-computer-start-installing-video-card Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - This is why I looked at the PCIe power capabilities.
That is why my own desktop PCs are configured and built my my own hand. Common Signs Of Ram Failure Getting gear sets lined-up and calibrated is a job for someone who's done it 1000 times - an amateur will spend a LONG time getting that wrong (he says, having spent Get the answer AhmadjonMar 22, 2014, 5:05 AM Irishsullie said: The old PSU I replaced crapped out on me so there's no use in trying that one out. When I get home tonight I'll post a picture of the setup and do what beer said.
In fact, I've been told (much as techben is suggesting?) that removing the 'extra 4s') from both connectors is a good way to test for weirdo PSU issues - almost every More Bonuses If the old video started to fail because it taxed the old PSU and prolong game play didn't stress it and the video card from heat build-up. Installed New Graphics Card Computer Won't Boot did plug the display outputs into a graphic card? New Graphics Card Won't Boot Past Bios All these problems are almost enough to put me off building myself.
Proffitt Forum moderator / September 28, 2013 4:05 AM PDT In reply to: PSU Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - If you have two PSU by James Denison / this contact form Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - PSU supplies various voltages plus amps by Willy / September 29, 2013 2:30 AM PDT In reply to: Startup PSU is the source Can't find your answer ? While I was doing this I plugged in the front USB header into the i394 slot on the motherboard because I thought I remembered it went there, and it was the Installed New Gpu Black Screen
Tanis, Aug 6, 2014 #5 Shifty45 Thread Starter Joined: Aug 5, 2014 Messages: 6 Everything seems as though it should work as normal inside the case, I've got the six-pin and BuildAPC Beginner's Guide Chat on our IRC channel Daily Simple Questions threads Please keep in mind that we are here to help you build a computer, not to build it for I then decided to look in the case but the back side instead of the normal way and it turns out that one of the power connectors wasn't fully pushed in have a peek here Thanks again, and sorry about the novel.
Related Resources solved computer won't start after installing new ram Computer won't start after installing new RAM solved Computer wont start after installing new graphics card in SLI Computer won't start How To Clear The Bios This is what you said: I don't get the ATX 24 thing either - they can sometimes be hard to remove but putting them in is generally a matter of lining Chris_53Member Since: January 30, 2004Posts: 5386Chris_53FollowForum Posts: 5386Followed by: 0Reviews: 28 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#6 Posted by Chris_53 (5386 posts) - 3 years, 6 months ago If your graphics card has
But I have another problem now!None of the USB ports seem to be working. Proffitt Forum moderator / September 28, 2013 1:17 AM PDT In reply to: Bad caps But we would be circling around a well discussed issue rather than getting this all to Found something. No Display After Installing Graphics Card Took it out to clean and wanted to share.
I figured without the drivers it might be ok but it seems not. Next time I have chance to look at it will probably be Tuesday evening. By the way my old graphics card is a nvidia geforce gt520 gallienbMember Since: May 3, 2004Posts: 196gallienbFollowForum Posts: 196Followed by: 0Reviews: 1 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#2 Posted by gallienb (196 Check This Out How would I short it?
I wasn't getting that I needed to plug that in. note I built 1, the other 2 I did not build. :P It is a technical difference, but's there none the less. Privacy Steam Group Twitter Support RPS Register Help Remember Me? That one worked fine until it started messing up my games, the screen was all broken up, a lot of noise.
I'm always keen to learn why folk omit this information. Even if present, they may not have the amps to drive the devices attached, this is important to understand. Fans spin up (no bios beeps) and it shuts down after a few seconds. Reply 0 0 erico Provost Posts: 40,452 Member Since: 01-07-2009 Message 6 of 22 (19,319 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: PC WON'T BOOT AFTER INSTALLING NEW GRAPHICS CARD, HELP!!!! [Edited] Options
Now another problem has occured, the monitor won't turn on, it's got the orange standby light but it doesn't turn on when the computer turns on. It is a technical difference, but's there none the less. Rock, Paper, Shotgun Discussion For The Promotion Of PC Game-Making Projects And Things Like That Other Stuff « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Posting Permissions You may not post new Sorry, I'm just hesitant to make things worse GhislainGDec 31, 2011, 2:14 AM You can do no harm; all that will hopefully happen is that it powers up.
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/1130999 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? One piece can be mechanically sound while others could be damaged. I've seen some people say to try and uninstall all old graphics card stuff and install all the drivers for your new one. I've done my own work ever since ;0 Last edited by trjp; 17-05-2014 at 01:01 PM.
If it still doesn't work..put your old gpu in just to see if you get any kind of picture. And should I even consider doing it, if I'm a casual gamer?40 · 18 comments Built back in summer.