Help! My Asus 8400gs Doesn't Display Anymore
Faulty card, board or CPU? Because, as you said, I don't think there is a graphics card out there that has the performance of the one I was using, but can work with a 180w PSU. Me, as in; Myself and I had to update my bios when I upgraded to windows 8 and again when I upgraded to windows 10, everything seems to be working well. IM BRAZILIAN, I BOUGHT MY ASUS Q550LF in USA and I having the same issue.
However that means that I'm restricted to 65nm CPUs 'cuz that's the smallest lithography the Pentium 4s were shrunk to. I chose the latter one, so after doing so, the screen doesn't turn black. Now, my new computer seems to work fine, but when I click the NVIDIA icon in the taskbar it tells me my display is not connected to a NVIDIA GPU. Ask ! http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f24/help-my-8400gs-doesnt-display-anymore-516735.html
And too late to go back to windows 7 where everything worked. :-( Reply to Cari__ m 0 l DJoeyBeats September 16, 2016 12:43:12 AM Did you tried to disable it raz3rkunAug 19, 2011, 10:37 PM Yeah i just thought i would give it a try, might aswell upgrade when i can, but it didnt work so im not too bothered. The only way to know for sure would be to swap it out with a spare and/or test it in another PC. __________________ Jim Gear in this thread EVGA GeForce Of late the highest the card has been is around ~60-65C, which isn't too bad!I tried to update my bios using MS-DOS while booting from disk but it didn't seem to
Brand and product names mentioned are trademarks of their respective companies. I did not buy a mini case for the puropose of editing. Identify which number your laptop's display is. Your computer must be one of those small form factor units. 180W is not enough power to run a fully decked out rig.
raz3rkunAug 8, 2011, 6:59 AM i do have a brand new pc that i bought to so that i cud do my work on it, but it is a simple model It's the first time I've bought a laptop myself and I'm just terrified of making any mistakes. Have the same problem on an ASUS Q550LF with a Nvidia GeForce 745M, tried what you did but to no avail, may I ask when the problem occurred for you because http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/245509-33-help-graphic-card-working I posted #12 in response to #11.Do you use the computer to go on the internet?You may need to install other hardware drivers also.
I have windows 7 32 bit atm. Try taking out the card, booting up, and when that fails shut it down, put it back in and boot. Report • #28 TheOnlyFTG September 2, 2010 at 11:19:46 No, none of them are. When my laptop was running Windows 8 (and the default drivers when it was brand new), I could press Win + P, select duplicate, and this would work.
Reply to nforce4max m 0 l SteveDS August 28, 2016 3:21:38 AM Hi I know this is an old thread, but this might help someone who is currently searching for an http://superuser.com/questions/707052/problems-cloning-my-display-on-to-an-attached-tv The monitors have to both be connected to the same card, and only 70's or above have two outputs –Jack Franzen Dec 5 '16 at 2:26 add a comment| up vote I have the same thing with an asus laptop and 720m Reply to Ddo___ m 0 l aamacleod May 16, 2016 3:30:20 AM I have accidentally come across something that seems I have an Asus N550L with an Nvidia GeForce 745M.
Want More? Even a weak add in card needs a 250/300 watt power supply. Yesterday, my graphics card (which read GeForce 8500 GT on display adapters in device manager) was working fine. Hy , i had the same problem with my Asus X550LB, tried eveything, drivers for both cards, reinstal operating system, win 7 ultimate, hat orked for me: i instaled latest drivers
Finally you could try looking on the nvidia site for , to provide any other help I would need to know exactly the model of the laptop to try to find my 8400GS doesn't display anymore This is a discussion on Help! Faster memory is better, but isn't too significant unless you're tring to OC the rig and the RAM is holding you back, but the RAM isn't the bottleneck here (though I PLEASE SOMEBODY HELP ME!
If it doesn't appear the add in card has been installed first check the resolution of the display. The graphics card ONLY has a DVI connection. If you don't see anything on the monitor immediately then there is something wrong with the add in card or the motherboard slot.
I'm sure this unknown device has to be the NVIDIA card, because there's nothing else it could be.
Look at the links below to see if any look like your video card.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...http://www.amazon.com/8500GT-MG-HTP...http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dl... The tech staff at Driverupdate (I highly recommend it for driver issues) worked for hours to find a solution for me without success. I don;t think there is anything wrong with the card or the slot because it was working fine a couple of weeks ago, and the card fan gets fired up everytime I have an Asus N550L with an Nvidia GeForce 745M.
raz3rkunAug 15, 2011, 10:48 PM My motherboard doesnt have an IGP.System Chipset:VIA PT890CE (North Bridge)VIA VT8251L (South Bridge)These are the only chipset info i could get from the online manual. I did a hard restart (held down the power button) and turned the computer on again. I don't think the model number you posted for you video card is the actual model number. Products What´s Hot Commercial Service Login ASUS Account Logout Message Center Display all Products Phones Notebook & 2-in-1 PCs Tablets Motherboards Graphics Cards Wearable & Healthcare Desktop & All-in-One PCs Display
I hope this clears things up.I do use the computer to go on the internet. Also, is your connectors from the card all the same as you had before? I was going to try updating BIOS which some have said resolves the problem, so restarted and opened up BIOS. Get the answer Best solution synthaside a b D Laptop October 7, 2013 4:00:42 AM As far as i can tell , this is the driver you are after ( ignore
WHAT IS GOING ON?! You may have ruined the card. Get the answer mister gAug 8, 2011, 1:21 AM I don't think it's your power supply because it booted up before. If I only use the DVI one and leave the VGA one unconnected, the screen will remain blank.
Please check with your supplier for exact offers. Go to Nvidia.com, download the latest 8500GT driver for your system, install it.When you do a restore, you will probably lose the correct drivers, just be pre-pared in advance next time Report • #19 OtheHill August 13, 2010 at 12:29:47 Where do you have the monitor cable connected? something to do with the windows update maybe...but i dont know what the drivers left when i unplugged everyting....i can restart to PC jut fine and it still worksI went into
Any ideas how to get it working again? So we would need the bios info and what laptop you have. The VGA goes to the motherboard, the DVI goes to the graphics card. If I download the program SIW.exe, it will only detect the onboard graphics whose model is mentioned above, and will not tell me the model of the graphic card because it
Graphic card suddenly not working.. Can't explain why, but not going to complain! I found an option for DVMT PRE-ALLOCATED. This has also seemed to cool the GPU now without the need of an external fan, at 35C when idle!
I am not happy how Nvidia has done with their drivers for the past year and a half especially with some cards losing performance. Hardware section of the forum, in the 8 and 9 series part.