I have solved the problem. Now I can display 3 monitors even 4 using one NVS 280 PCI and one NVS 280 PCI-E video cards with my DC7700 SFF upgraded to Window 7 32-bit.
Normally PCI-E video card will stop the mobo integreted video, PCI card will not. But PCI-E card could work together with PCI card depending on machine. For my DC 7700 SFF, they can. Look at the HP link:
NVS 280 video card Window 7 driver 96.85 can be downloaded from Window Vista NVS 280 32/64-bit Window 7 driver compatible with Vista, from link:
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This driver sometimes flashing when you click something. As I observation, if you load too large video signal, eg. opening many browers, it will. That s why I use two NVS 280 cards instead of using one NVS 280 PCI card and mobo VGA for three monitors.
For display 1920x1080p, you can read the driver s mode file, it does include 1080p mode. If - Screen Resolution - Adapter - List All Modes doesn t show 1920x1080. Go to Monitor tag, uncheck Hide modes that this monitor cannot display. Then go back to Adapter tag List All Modes, you can see 1920x1080 mode.
For Microsoft generic driver, update driver, manually choose NVIDIA Quadro NVS 55/280 PCI or NVIDIA Quadro PCI-E Series driver. You ll get it.
I understand that you are getting a chirping noise coming from your computer. Since you are under warranty I would suggest you first backup your personal files and do a full factory recovery. This will rule out software as being an issue and if you do have to send it in for repair your personal files are already backed up.
To backup your personal information and ensure that it is not lost I would like you to review and follow the steps set out in the HP Support document: Backing Up Your Files Windows 8, which will ensure your personal files are up to date.
WARNING.. If you want to keep any emails or bookmarks/favorites you will want to back those up as well as I do not believe they are backed up in the HP Backup process.
Next, I would like you to review and follow the steps set out in the HP Support document: Performing an HP System Recovery Windows 8, which will you through recovering your computer back to factory settings.
IMPORTANT - Your personal files such as libraries, personalization settings, user accounts, and desktop themes are permanently removed. As well the computer settings are returned to the defaults the way it was when it came from the factory. All apps and software that were installed on the computer when it came from the factory are reinstalled, and their settings are reset to the defaults. Additionally, software, apps, programs, and everything that you have installed or saved on the computer are permanently removed.
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Pudduj, it would be nearly impossible to find a card that would work with your PSU. At least, one that would give you a performance boost.
If you want to be able to pick any video card, here is the PSU that would give you multiple options. Here is the Product Page for the PSU on OCZ s website. I suggest measuring your existing PSU and comparing them to GXS 600W. I had this PSU in my computer until upgrading earlier this year. I was running a XFX 4870 XXX 1GB with it.
If you decide to go with a new PSU, I will be glad to recommend a video card. Again, I suggest measuring the space for the card. Measure from the edge of the case to the opposite edge of the motherboard where the PCIE slot is located. This is the approximate length of the card that would fit.
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Boot into the bios with the video card inserted and switch the primary video adapter to PCI-E, then save the settings and power off. Now switch the video cable over to the video card and boot up.
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I m trying to decide on video card know not to get the Geforce 9500gs looking at the 512mb ATI Radeon 4650 anyone know much about this card.
I keep having the videos that I am watching turn to a green sceen. does anyone know why this happens. Any help would be great.
Last year, when my son s desktop Pavillion slimline computer was under warrantee, his brand new computer fried out his extra video card there s a video card on the motherboard for gaming. HP sent a tech to my house to replace the video card. What we didn t know at the time was that tech didn t program the video card to work with the motherboard video card so that it was constantly conflicting. This was a year ago.
Having this constant conflict started to effect the computer with overheating, flickering the computer on off, it was extremely noisy, and last month the computer finally stopped working. Since it was out of warrantee, I took it to my local HP tech to fix. I told him that the computer was able to run my son s old games without a problem but could not handle the couple of heavy graphics games new games he had. This made him suspect that there was a problem of some sort with the video card. He saw a few problems with the video card to begin with. One was that the video card was too close to the motherboard and that there was not a lot of air between the two so there was a lot of heat build-up which showed melted spots on the extra video card. Second was the video card wasn t programmed to work with the motherboard video even though it was connected. Last the video card was the wrong type for the space plus it had an enclosed fan that was extremely noisy and didn t work well. Once he took out this extra video card the computer worked without a problem and was very quiet. The computer has been functioning fine without a problem for a week which is a first.
He said for me to call HP to see if they could do anything about replacing the video card since their contracted tech cause the problem in the first place. I spoke to 3 people in tech support, one wasn t helpful at all told me to buy a new computer, one tried to troubleshoot the problem even though I explained that I no longer had the problem and didn t need troubleshooting and the last one was so confused that she left me on hold until I hung up.
Now I m at a dead end on who to contact to resolve this issue. If anyone has any suggestions on who can help me resolve this I would greatly appreciate it.
If he plays any of the newer games, it will not be powerful enough. However, it will be difficult to upgrade to a much better card. The power supply unit PSU in the computer will not support one. I believe that it is 250W or 300W. You can check by opening the case and reading the tag on it. If it is either of those wattages, it will be difficult to buy a card that will be much better for gaming, without upgrading the PSU.
If the computer still has the original 1GB of system memory, upgrading to 2GB would help considerably. The sweet spot for memory in XP is 2GB. Here is the memory for the computer at Crucial. I suggest reading all of the information provided on the pages.
problem with video card
Hi, I have an HP Pavilion desktop PC t3729.it, with bios updated to the latest version 5.23.
I recently bought a video card ATI HD5450, but as soon as I turn on the pc the screen is black you can not see not even the boot screen, but all the fans run then rule out that it is a power problem. Looking in various forums other users have experienced the same problem, and I came to the conclusion that the problem is a problem of bios that fails to recognize the video card. There s one way to solve this problem.
Thanks in advance.
problema con scheda video
Salve, ho un PC desktop HP Pavilion t3729.it, con bios aggiornato all ultima versione 5.23.
Di recente ho comprato una scheda video ati hd5450, ma appena accendo il pc lo schermo è nero non si vede manco la schermata del boot, pero tutte le ventole girano quindi escluderei che sia un problema di alimentazione. Cercando nei vari forum altri utenti hanno riscontrato il medesimo problema, e sono giunto alla conclusione che il problema sia un problema di bios che non riesce a riconoscere la scheda video. C e un modo per risolvere tale problema.
Grazie in anticipo.
I have an HP Media Center m7060n running xp sp 2, and all i have done to it was change the battery checksum error RAM was changed in Japan when stationed there, due to it going bad. Can not seem to get computer to boot or if it is I can t see it on the screen, everything in the computer seems to be running ie fans hard drive, disc drives, my keyboard or mouse light doesn t stay on anymore, nor does anything on the screen but a bunch of scrambled garbage every once in a while. Just a yellow light when i turn it on. I looked at all connections, and they are in there, also tried the one ram stick deal, removed the ram and got a post response from the motherboard. No beeps when starting it up normal. I don t know what s up with it, I think it s a video card/or whatever controls the video, I ve heard that some HP s have video processors on the motherboard that can go bad. Needing some help. Oh yeah, monitor was hooked up to this laptop, it works fine.
Computer is HPE-140f with Nvidia GeForce GT 230 and an HP w2338h monitor. I am using only the VGA input to the monitor. My HDMI port is using UVerse HDTV for viewing.
Two programs send me blank screens for their live video. One is VisualStudioPro by Corel. All the features work except for video capture from DV recorder. The video pane is black. Captured video is saved and if I edit it with another vendors software and then return to VideoStudioPro, it will display and re-edit it properly using the same display.
The other is Logitec Alert Commander which is a 3 camera system that feeds my router. It displays the video screen panes properly including text and it provides a small thumbnail view properly in the lower right hand corner and popups on the screen when motion is detected also thumbnails. However it displays live video and playback video blank. The larger viewing panes are gray but the dividers still show.
Is it possible these software drivers are trying to display HDMI windows in my VGA screen unsucessfully.
Is this a driver issue or a problem with the fact that I m not using the HDMI capable card in the computer.
I ve loaded every update and visited every vendor support center and every commuity forum I can find: Corel, Microsoft, Logitech, Nvidia so far with no help. Other video software display properly at all times: Roxio, Microsoft media, QT, Flash, various news channels, youtube, etc. Just these two programs send blank panes within normal displays where the video is expected to be.
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I have aHP Pavilion 23-b090 All-in-One Desktop and I made the horrible mistake of updating to Windows 8.1 and now my Video card will not work. I can t watch videos that I ve made or use my dual monitors.Iwent into Device Manager and I found that I have a Code 43 I have a AMD Radeon HD 7540D Video card. I m also operating on a 64 bit system.
I ve tried to update drivers but to no use. I still have that yellow triangle on my video card.
I contacted Microsoft and they were just about useless I have a TON of digital art programs on my computer so I m not trying to do a system recovery because I ll have to re-install all my programs.
PCI-E version 2.0 came to the marketpalce in 2007. Some of the PCI-E x16 video cards specify 2.1 and some are not backward compatibile. Becareful what you buy and know what the return policy is if the video card doesn t work. I have seen some of the newer ATI 5xxx card fail to work in older PCs.
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