Hi, on an earlier topic post I enquired if I should buy a new PC, or try to upgrade my existing one. I went for the upgrade and now... you gueesed it... Am runing a compac with:
Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.06GHz 3.2GB of Ram 60gb hard drive 4x DVD Rom
I recently upgraded my video card from a NVida GeForce 6200 to a 9600 Gt.
However, when I try to uninstall the previous drivers, it freezes
When I try to uninstall the previous drivers using the new driver's DVD, it freezes.
When I physically put in the new DVD card - nothing happens and the system does not boot.
An sucha newbie I keep being told it may require more "voltage" power but I cant find anywhere to diagnose this and I cant find anywhere obvious to plug in the new power lead from the card to the pc...
Shut down the computer Start and in the POST screen you will see 'Press Delete' for BIOS[or a similar] Do that and using the page up/down button scroll to the Graphics section- read it Press F10[ Exit without saving] and come back.
Also To remove drivers- Start in Safe mode[press F8 whilst booting] Then go to Control/System/ hardware etc.,
im thankful and grateful that you told us what operating system your using, now try what they said and if i don't work then do a complete reinstall why the heck you've 4 roms i will never know unless your planning to copy the complete works of shake spear or complete works of something??
Any stop feeling sorrowful and get you yourself motivated unless your dead in deadness or you can become alive in aliveness.