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Graphic card issue

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Sumitrajput101, Nov 1, 2019.

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  1. Sumitrajput101

    Sumitrajput101 Thread Starter

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    Recently i bought a graphic card amd gigabyte rx560 oc 4g single fan .. 4gb gddr5
    Problem: when i install graphics driver it says that "no amd graphic hardware found" but i already install graphic card in motherboard....
    Pc specs :
    Motherboard: zebronics g41 d3 socket 775 lga which is a ddr3 mother board pci solt 16x 2.0
    Cpu: dual core 3.0 gzh
    Ram:4gb
    How can i solve problem and run graphic card plzz help me and i check driver of all version all of say same problem no amd graphic hardware found
     

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  2. bassfisher6522

    bassfisher6522

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    Do you have a link to your GPU because everything I'm finding is showing a dual fan configuration. What slot do you have it installed in?
     
  3. Sumitrajput101

    Sumitrajput101 Thread Starter

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    Yes i install my graphic card in pci 2.0 slot
     
  4. crjdriver

    crjdriver Moderator

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    Most likely it will never work. Modern video cards ie nvidia 9/10xx and above along with the amd 4xx and above need a uefi bios to function. That old of a motherboard has a legacy bios. Some video card mfg include a legacy switch or jumper on the card [not many] If your card has this switch or jumper, move it to legacy and see if the system will complete POST.
     
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