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Originally Posted by Ken1649;15258789 
If you can make it into BIOS, it is driver related. Get another card to boot into Windows and clean it with Atiman Uninstaller above. After that do not install preview driver then give it another try after you tested the card in another system.

If it's driver-related you can probably get into windows with safe mode. Worth trying I guess.
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If you can make it into BIOS, it is driver related. Get another card to boot into Windows and clean it with Atiman Uninstaller above. After that do not install preview driver then give it another try after you tested the card in another system.
Thanks i will try that. But are you sure its driver related? It happens even if i remove the hard drive before boot. Or is there something from the driver that is saved to the bios of the motherboard or the graphics card? Sorry if I ask stupid questions.

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If it's driver-related you can probably get into windows with safe mode. Worth trying I guess.
I tried many times. The screen loses signal, so i cant see anything after 10-20 seconds i boot.
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If you enter the BIOS, will the screen stay on?
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Thanks i will try that. But are you sure its driver related? It happens even if i remove the hard drive before boot. Or do the drive sit in the bios of the motherboard or the graphics card? Sorry if I ask stupid questions.



I tried many times. The screen loses signal, so i cant see anything after 10-20 seconds i boot.
Try whatever possible as its the available options now and if nothing else work the card might be defect.

Try another PCIe slots too.
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If you enter the BIOS, will the screen stay on?
No the screen turns black and says "No signal". but the computer keeps running. And it will still remain in the bios i assume.
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I think the card's dead.

See what happens using a friend's card.

If you have the same problem with theirs then try RAM (although I don't really think it's that).

Do you get any beeps from the mobo speaker?
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I think the card's dead.

See what happens using a friend's card.

If you have the same problem with theirs then try RAM (although I don't really think it's that).

Do you get any beeps from the mobo speaker?
ahh man I almost just bought it. :/

Yea i will try my friends card, and mine in his.

No i get no beeps.
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ahh man I almost just bought it. :/

Yea i will try my friends card, and mine in his.

No i get no beeps.
If the PC speaker is on the motherboard, you should hear 3 long continuous beeps if it's related to graphics adapter. Looks like loose contact somewhere. Take everything apart and check again during reassembling.

Edit:

Did you install preview drivers 11.10 or 11.10 2?
Edited by Ken1649 - 10/11/11 at 4:57am
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If the PC speaker is on the motherboard, you should hear 3 long continuous beeps if it's related to graphics adapter. Looks like loose contact somewhere. Take everything apart and check again during reassembling.
Where can i see the speaker? If its supposed to be mounted externally to the motherboard, then i dont have one. But if I turn the computer on with no 6-pins connectors to the graphics card then there is a long loud "beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep".
Edited by eazely - 10/11/11 at 5:03am
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The heat sinks for the top row of ram for the cooler are really close to the resistors or the base plate. They can't touch either or they could cause a short. They are very close to each other, maybe about 1mm or less. So make sure they don't touch or you can fry your card! You can read all the reviews for that cooler on newegg and a majority of them are telling you to be careful not to fry your card so be careful!
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