HP Pavilion 1200: graphics card does not work!
Hey guys, my pc won't start when I install 980 GeForce gtx sc it is a blue HP screen then frozen and I hear glances inside the pc, I tried to rest the bios it does not work, I pressed f12, this isn't working, I changed the power not to provide to 500 wats still no response I tried everything
CPU i7 intel 3.40
16 G RAM
HD 2 t
A version of HP 8 BIOS is not available for your PC. You will need to get a graphics inherited as a NVIDIA GTX 4xx, 5xx or 6xx. The NVIDIA GTX 660 TI is your best choice. I suggest you also improve the power supply to a 600-650 watt as the Corsair CX600 or CS650m model.
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My 740 gforce graphics card does not work in my HP Pavilion HPE h8-1205, please help
Supaman4040, welcome to the forum.
I think that your problem is related to the BIOS. The 700 series video cards require UEFI in the motherboard instead of a standard BIOS. HP didn't start using UEFI in its motherboards up to mid-October 2012. Your computer was released January 25, 2012. You must contact the card manufacturer to see if they have a VBIOS update which will allow the card to work with your computer.
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I have a Satellite XC 250895 Q. Windows 8 keeps giving me a message that my graphics card does not work correctly.
I go to the Radeon website and click on the appropriate boxes and let Radeon check my system to see if the drivers are up to date. He tells me that I have to download something (?) New driver) but when I do it tells me there is a problem with the compatibility with my system.
I haven't noticed any problem with the graphics.
It may be a Radeon problem, but what I have on my system, which was installed at the factory.
Thanks for everything back
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Can you please tell us once more what model of laptop you have exactly?
Are you using the original Win8 preinstalled?
I got my 2 new p850-133 and they have reinstalled with a new copy of Windows 7, and then the extended graphics card does not work, he said: "code 10" failed to start, what to do, the hd4000 intel integrated works really well.
The laptop is equipped with a GPU NVIDIA® GeForce® GT630M.
The European driver Toshiba page provides 3 different display drivers.
2 drivers for nVidia GPU (v296.0 for the 3D and v296.01) and one for Intel (v 126.96.36.19912).
You must install the Intel driver and one of the nVidia drivers.
as say the title my nvidia graphics card does not work when I install microsoft visual studio 2013
How can I stop this from happening
We know what to do?
Yes and Yes, but it's good for now
I restore the Windows STILL and installation of visual studio without emulator windows 8.1 phone
and it worked
Thanks for the reply.
I have the Hp DV6-3085tx computer laptop with windows 7 64 bit. Once while working the display on the screen disappeared suddenly and restarted, then leave ATI Mobility Graphics Card(512mb) does not work. To troubleshoot it show Windows has stopped the operation of the graphics card (Code 43). I repeated it, still problem remains unresolved. What should I do?
Code 43 - one of the motors controlling the unit notified the operating system that the device has failed somehow.
Use your warranty and get in touch with HP to inform them of this problem. How all the information here (just choose your country).
I bought a Radeon 7970 visintek 3 GB graphic card thinking that it works with my xps 8300. It fits everything is plugged in correctly, but when I turn on my computer does not recognize the graphics card? The graphics card is not broken I build it in another computer and it works perfectly. I am very disappointed at this because I thoughtI would save money, do not buy a new computer and just buy the food and the radeon. It turns out that the Radeon does not work. If someone could tell me what the problem is, that would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you, Jon
A 500W (or more) power with a 150W power connector 8 pin PCI Express and a connector power 75W 6-pin PCI Express is recommended for the graphics card AMD Radeon 7970. Your XPS 8300 has a diet of 460W. This maybe one of the reasons for the question from the video card works on another computer.
Please see the link below for the requirements for the graphics card of Radeo 7970:
The following video cards are compatible with the Dell XPS 8300.
Discreet (PCI Express x 16 card) - NVIDIA GTX460, NVIDIA GT420 (M207)
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5670/HD 5770 / HD 5870/HD 5450
When you click the compatibility Option in the link below, you will see that the XPS 8300 is not listed under supported for the video card Visiontek AMD Radeon 7970 systems.
Hope that the information provided above is useful. Answer please if you have other queries.
Thank you and best regards,
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I have a Satellite Pro 6100 (PS610E - 02c 60-GR) 1.7 Ghz, 256 MB, 40 GB, 15XT and a Geforce4 420 Go (32 MB) graphic card. Until yesterday it was working properly. Now, there are colors on the screen and there was a blue screen a few times, which says something about my graphics card (it disappeared from fast read).
I uninstalled the old driver and reinstalled twice. Nothing has changed. Also I tried with an external monitor, but there wasn't any change, too.
Now my questions:
1. is it possible to change the graphics card (in particular, can I do it alone without a technician)?
2. How can I do this, is there some tutorials, especially for my laptop?
3. an another Geforce4, but for example a Geforce4 440 Go with 64 MB of RAM would fit in my notebook?
I thank very you much in advance!
The led flashes as it provides a microcode error!
This is especially if the malfunction of hardware has been detected.
I presume that the replacement of the graphics card is the reason!
As in previous discussions suggested the replacement of the graphics card is NOT possible. You don't believe!
Looks like that the BIOS cannot handle this new graphics chip.
Computer p/n ET831UA #ABA came with WIN XP Home Edition. Designed for Windows XP, Windows Vista Capable label States. I formatted the hard drive and loaded Windows Vista Business 64-bit. I downloaded and installed all the drivers that have been recommended by HP, but my sound and Audio does not work. Doesn't my mass storage controller or my PCI Modem. All were working with WIN XP. Need help on how to do all this work.
Mass storage controller needs this driver...
But it's the only, you will be able to work as there are no 64-bit drivers for the audio or modem.
While the processor may be 64-bit capable, some other material is not.
Not to mention that your laptop can take up to 2 GB of memory, a 64-bit operating system will work worse than a 32 bit OS with only 2 GB of memory.
64-bit operating systems require more memory and disk space to run the 32-bit operating system only.
Not double, but more.
My recommendation if you can install Vista 32 bit would be that you can use the drivers on your laptop support and the driver page.
I have Pavilion 1062er laptop with ATI 7670 M and Intel 4000 m6.
I put 'high performance' in the ati Control Panel for all applications updated to latest drivers and BIOS. All games show that they use the video card intel, in dxdiag video intel only is also displayed.
There is no "switchable graphics - fixed" option in the bios.
If your bios does not support "Fixed Graphics" then you need to clean your drivers and install unofficial.
There is no official driver able to work correctly with the switchable graphics.
I have an AMD graphics card in my laptop, but there is no drivers for windows 10 forher.
Installation driver Windows 8.1, latest drivers from amd or windows has always led to a screen of death, and after him, he appears each time you start. To solve it, I fix it using restore points. So, why hp doesn't have a driver for his own material? I'm looking for a working one?
Thank you in advance.
OK... so what this means is that, while HP provides two models of this laptop, with pre-installed Win8x and the other with Win10, they have different hardware. The Win10 version apparently does NOT use the AMD chipset, so HP provides no driver for it.
This means that you're stuck with having upgraded a laptop computer for which there aren't the necessary drivers for HP Win10, and given that HP no longer produces Win10 drivers for older laptops, this situation will not improve over time.
If you want to have all the features on your laptop, you should consider to return to Win8xs - and that the upgrade of Win10 is known to corrupt recovery information HP OEM, the ONLY way to do that is using recovery media HP to restore laptop factory.
I just bought a Zotac Gtx 750 ti graphic card, but when I tried to install it in my HP Pavilion h8 - 1260t, its beeps six times and displays the hp screen then it starts. My computer's power supply is rated at 460 watts and the card requires 400. The card says it takes 12V 20A, but food does provide that 15A 12V. Do I need to get a new power supply? Or did I make a mistake and buy a card that is not compatible with my system. In addition, if the card is not compatible, how can I make sure the next card, I have to buy is compatible?
First, I blocked your other post so that confusion does not prevail.
Your original operating system was WIN 7 to January 2012. The BIOS is:
Does not my graphics ati mobility radeon hd 3470, only the blue colour works on it and the display of the laptop is not working too, I need to plug a monitor so that I can work with it? Can I replace it? If so where can I buy a graphics card for?
If you also have a problem with an external monitor, there seems to be a problem with the internal graphics card
Did you notice the same problem when you get into the BIOS?
As Akuma writes you can contact a service provider authorized in your country. Guys are able to replace graphic card/motherboard for you.
The list of aspic, you can find here:
http://EU.computers.Toshiba-Europe.com > support & downloads > find an ASP.
The best I can describe the problem is that the display looks like he has a trellis in front of her.
I connected a remote screen I know works fine and the problem is the same, so I'm sure that the problem is not the LCD display itself.
Looks a bit like a screen of matrix of the film of the same name. I also tried to replace the motherboard, but the problem remains.
The laptop itself works very well and always does everything its supposed to but the screen make it practically impossible to read.
Unfortunately, it's really not easy to say what could be bad exactly.
Maybe it's a problem of graphics card chip.
According to your description this fault could be possible.
Most of the time it s advisable to ask and laptop for an audit technician. He could run a diagnostic test and could locate the hardware failure more quickly.
Sorry, but that's all I can suggest.
I have a portable Satellite C55-A-16Z with windows 8 and a Nvidia geforce 740M graphics card.
Last week he asked me to update the version of the bios at 1.30.
The bios update was successful.
However when I restarted my laptop I started having a BSOD dgxkrnl.sys.
Correction of the error and restarted for an another BSOD Windows, and after the second solution, I stopped making BSOD.
But now, I noticed its games running, if not use the dedicated card, but use the 4000 Intel.
In the settings Nvidia dedicated card is configured to be always on.
It seems that my card is missing, but it appears in Device Manager.
I tried to delete, update the drivers and the default factory reset, but nothing helped.
Also, when I go into Options power the Intel card is listed and when I disable the card intel in the Device Manager it starts to use the graphic viewer for windows.
How can I get my Nvidia card to work again?
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
After the BIOS update the BIOS should be set to default settings.
You can do it in the BIOS.
In addition, you mentioned that Windows 8 is still installed on your laptop.
8.1 to win has already been published by Microsoft and I highly recommend that update you the system of 8 to 8.1 Win Win.
Before you start the upgrade to 8.1 win, you should check and read the instructions step by step for Toshiba: http://www.toshiba.eu/innovation/generic/windows8_1-message/
I guess that after the Win 8.1, nVidia graphics card upgrade works well also.
Your comments would be greatly appreciated.
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