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Is there something i can copy and paste and just fill it out?
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Try that,install old drivers see what happens,if they don't work reinstall windows,I have to go to sleep tomorrow I have to go to work,good luck with everything,it was a pleasure to help you.
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Had the same thing happen to a 6800GT AGP that got damaged. in BIOS, @ POST, even in safemode it'd be fine. Normal windows, regardless of driver, would look exactly like that.

IIRC a bad video card BIOS flash also yielded the same results. Check w/ your manufacturer to see if there's an updated GPU BIOS available.
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At this point I'd be saying the card is bad.

Don't get drivers from EVGA or any other OEM, go directly to the AMD/Nvidia side and get them there. Also try older versions. 266.58 are good for nvidia, try 10.1 for catalyst.
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I thought so. But i can't test it in another system cause it doesn't fit. Its a 280Gtx. I was able to use my dads 9800gtx and it didn't work too. So because of that i thought it must be my mobo or something. I also sent a ticket to EVGA asking them if it is the card.

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Its possible your having a problem with the slot, although in general if there was a problem with the slot you would get no video at all. With the problem persisting with 2 cards could you test them in another system, or with another power supply in your system to help narrow down the problem?

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I thought so. But i can't test it in another system cause it doesn't fit. Its a 280Gtx. I was able to use my dads 9800gtx and it didn't work too. So because of that i thought it must be my mobo or something. I also sent a ticket to EVGA asking them if it is the card.

They replied with

Its possible your having a problem with the slot, although in general if there was a problem with the slot you would get no video at all. With the problem persisting with 2 cards could you test them in another system, or with another power supply in your system to help narrow down the problem?

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if 2 different cards did it, I'd be blaming OS or mobo @ this point.

Reset the CMOS, and give it another go.
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if 2 different cards did it, I'd be blaming OS or mobo @ this point.

Reset the CMOS, and give it another go.
I gave up. Currently reinstalling windows. I think its probably windows being a pain in the arse.
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Is there something i can copy and paste and just fill it out?
Top right side -->Private messages
Left column--> Add system

Fill out, save, you're done.

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yes
Is there some reason you can't tell us the following:
  1. CPU
  2. Motherboard
  3. Graphics Card
  4. Power Supply Wattage & Brand

????


Beyond that, this is why it is good to have a test bench so that you can assemble the rig outside of an ATX case and test the components easily.
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Top right side -->Private messages
Left column--> Add system

Fill out, save, you're done.



Is there some reason you can't tell us the following:
  1. CPU
  2. Motherboard
  3. Graphics Card
  4. Power Supply Wattage & Brand

????


Beyond that, this is why it is good to have a work bench so that you can assemble the rig outside of an ATX case and test the components easily.


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