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want to install a graphics card into an HP Pavilion 590-p0050

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I would like to know how to install a graphics card into my HP Pavilion 590-p0050 and how to set it from integrated graphics to the graphics card

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While @wb2001 is correct about video cards autodetecting, if for some reason, yours does not, then I recommend the following:

1) Reconnect the video cable to the built-in video jack on the back of the PC

2) Reboot the PC -- should have video now

3) Go into the BIOS settings -- pressing F10 repeatedly while you reboot

4) Look in the settings for video selection -- should list both the build-in graphics and the video card -- and choose the video card, save and shut down

5) Reconnect the cable to video card and reboot the PC -- should have video again.



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GPU cards auto detect.  HP utilizes a proprietary designed PSU.

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Knowledge-Base/Power-Supply-Cross-Reference-for-specific-model...

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@gat007 

While @wb2001 is correct about video cards autodetecting, if for some reason, yours does not, then I recommend the following:

1) Reconnect the video cable to the built-in video jack on the back of the PC

2) Reboot the PC -- should have video now

3) Go into the BIOS settings -- pressing F10 repeatedly while you reboot

4) Look in the settings for video selection -- should list both the build-in graphics and the video card -- and choose the video card, save and shut down

5) Reconnect the cable to video card and reboot the PC -- should have video again.



I am a volunteer and I do not work for, nor represent, HP
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