i pulled my graphics card from my OLD working tower, my old tower is a Compaq Presario Media Center SR1950NX Desktop PC, and the graphics card I pulled is an Inno3D nVidia GeForce 2 GB DDR3 VGA/DVI/HDMI PCI Express x16 Video graphics Card.
I have recently received a Compaq CQ5110F PC and started upgraded it. I have installed so far
windows 10 home 64bit, upgraded from windows 7 Home Premium.
MY PROBLEM IS THIS...... When i try to install the graphics card I get nothing... I went into BIOS and set the Video output to PCI-E x16 and disabled the onboard audio, then saved and exit... when the computer reboots, it boots to the integrated VGA output and not the pci-e slot... i restarted the computer and open up the bios again and the settings are still on pci-e x16 however it will not play back when I try to boot using that slot. I even tried loading the driver from the installation disc and it pops up that it is not compatible... BUT IT IS...!!!!!