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Graphics card install fault

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  1. Videoguy

    Videoguy Thread Starter

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    Hi guys

    I've just upgraded graphics card and I get "No signal" every time I boot the system using the HDMI port on the card. The same monitor worked fine with my previous card and I tried a second monitor with no success. So I know it isn't a fault of the monitor.
    I should also mention that this same card which won't display was also in a pc which I had to return, however I think that may have been down to hardware in that pc as it wouldn't boot. Is it possible that a fault in the other pc has rendered it useless in my new pc? And I did remove the drivers for the card before

    The card giving me the problem is a vtx3d radeon 7750
    The card I replaced with was a Radeon 7570 (worked fine)

    PC specs

    Windows 8 64 bit
    AMD 5700 processor
    8 GB RAM
    2TB HDD
    Not sure about motherboard

    All help appreciated
    I'm just not sure what to do if I can't see anything

    Thanks

    Tom
     
  2. Oddba11

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    I would test the card in a known good PC. Then you will know for sure if you have a PC or video card issue.
     
  3. dai

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    if the card requires a pcie power plug

    check you have plugged it in

    check the card is seated properly
     
  4. Videoguy

    Videoguy Thread Starter

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    I've replaced it with the 7570 for now
    I'm also receiving a replacement for the 7750 as i'm certain it's a card issue
    If that isn't the case i'll respond here

    Thanks

    Tom
     
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