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ASUS EN9600GT won't work in computer

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Marksammut, Oct 29, 2011.

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  1. Marksammut

    Marksammut Thread Starter

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    Hey ive just installed windows 7 on my computer, and i can't boot it up with the 9600GT in, i've tried installing the drivers but the install files will not come up with the auto run, ive also tried booting into safe mode with networking to download the drivers but it tells me that the lastest files are installed. Many thanks, mark
     
  2. Mark1956

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    Are you sure the card is Ok?

    What you could try, in Safe mode, is to uninstall the graphics card in Device Manager then try to install the correct driver.
     
  3. Marksammut

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    Well i think the cards ok, it was fine earlier today, its just i went for a clean install of Windows 7 and then it just BSOD'ed, I will try doing that, but the CD doesnt seem to want to open, it did but then BSOD's
     
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    1607:Unable to install InstallShield Scripting Runtime - Thats what i get when i try and install the "VGA Drivers"
     
  5. Mark1956

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    Boot into Safe Mode and download the most up to date driver and save to the dektop. Go into Device Manager and uninstall the graphics card driver. Then return to the desktop and install the new driver.

    Let us know how that goes.

    Does the PC have onboard graphics, if so try using that and remove the card from the PC.
     
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