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Rasuro
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Can't use Quadro K4000! Need help!

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xw4600
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi there,

 

I have this xw4600 running fine with a Radeon HD 4850 inside but I just receive an Nvidia Quadro K4000 and I am unable to use it! 

If I plug it in there is no video

- there is no video output

- the pc starts, restarts, then starts bleeping 6x and after 3 sessions of bleeps every fan throttles to max, then I shut it down from fear.

 

The card works, I tested it on two other systems. My PC just won't accept it 😞

First I thought it didn't work so I removed all the ram and put it back one by one, after that I removed the battery from the mobo and had to reset the AHCI in the Bios so it would boot again. Now I don't have sound and I can't remember what I did last time to fix it.

 

So I found this and I wanna try the solution but I can't find anything related to PCIPnP in the BIOS.

http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r28728231-Installed-Nvidia-Quadro-K4000-wont-boot-Ideas

 

SO my questions are:

Can I run the Q K4000 on this machine? If yes, how?!

And where can I find that PCIPnP in the BIOS if there is one? (maybe it's named otherwise idk, I just can't find it)

Should I update my BIOS? I'm afraid of burning it and then rendering the PC obsolete.

 

The PC works fine but I want to use my new GFXcard.

 

Appreciate any help, thanks! 

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