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Video card not showing up

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Usually have an r9 Radeon 390x but now my pc overreads it and I get a secondary video card, Intel HD graphics something. is there a way to make the pc read the video card?

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@RoeiAmin , welcome to the forum.

 

The HD Graphics is the Integrated Graphics built into the motherboard.  This means that for some reason your discrete card is not being recognized.  I suggest that you remove it from the motherboard and reinstall it.  Make certain that it is installed tight into the slot.  Also, update the video driver for the card.  If this doesn't work, you may have a failed graphics card.




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@RoeiAmin , welcome to the forum.

 

The HD Graphics is the Integrated Graphics built into the motherboard.  This means that for some reason your discrete card is not being recognized.  I suggest that you remove it from the motherboard and reinstall it.  Make certain that it is installed tight into the slot.  Also, update the video driver for the card.  If this doesn't work, you may have a failed graphics card.




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I used this pc for 3 years and it had no problems whatsoever, so I don't think it's a failed card. ill try to reinstall it. Thanks for the help! 

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You are welcome, @RoeiAmin!

 

It could be a failed card.  They can fail without any symptoms at all.  However, reinstalling it may help.




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Ill try it thanks man

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You are welcome, @RoeiAmin!  Good luck!




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It worked thank you so much!

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You are so welcome, @RoeiAmin!

 

I am glad that your problem is solved.  I know how frustrating it is to have a computer that is not working properly.




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