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Evgen24
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The problem with the video card does not load with the new video card

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Hey!

Help me, I bought a new GTX1050Ti graphics card. But the computer with the tig does not boot. I put GTX660, it does not load with it either. Updated BIOS to 7.15. Nothing helps, the computer only works with the native GTX530 graphics card.

What should be done?

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Paul_Tikkanen
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You're very welcome.

 

I'm surprised that model card didn't work.

 

There are no BIOS settings that need to be changed in that model to add a video card, so unfortunately I have no idea what the problem could be.

 

I don't believe there are any restrictions on adding legacy video cards as long as they work with the power supply.

 

For now, I guess you are stuck with the GTX530.

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Hi:

Unfortunately, there isn't anything you can do to get that model video card to work in your PC.

Any nVidia card in the GeForce 700 series or newer, requires a version 8.xx BIOS revision, and your PC's BIOS only goes to v7.15.

You would only be able to run legacy video cards in your PC--Geforce 600 or older.

I don't know about the AMD cards, but if I had to guess, I would say the Radeon HD 6000 series or older.

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Thanks for the fast reply!

I tried again, the GTX660 does not start. After updating the BIOS to 7.15, there is no squeaking anymore, there is an HP screen and a BIOS version.

Perhaps a ban on another video card?

Or do you need to change something in the BIOS?

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You're very welcome.

 

I'm surprised that model card didn't work.

 

There are no BIOS settings that need to be changed in that model to add a video card, so unfortunately I have no idea what the problem could be.

 

I don't believe there are any restrictions on adding legacy video cards as long as they work with the power supply.

 

For now, I guess you are stuck with the GTX530.

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