Ok, I just got a new video card today (ATI Radeon x700 Pro)
I installed it into the PC and then when I go to boot up my PC, the PC boots but no display comes on the monitor.
I have 350W and it only need 300W. I think I might need to update my drivers or BIOS or something. My motherboard manufacturer is at www.viaarena.com. And It said I should obtain and install the latest AGP drivers and installing the wrong AGP Motherboard/Chipset drivers may prevent me from successfully launching Windows.
I went to http://www.viaarena.com/default.asp...ID=1&CatID=1070 and downloaded the 04 January 2006 Version - 5.07A. Installed it etc. and it still doesn't work. I disabled my integrated card also. I've never installed anything on my PC before so I don't really know what to do.
On another page in the manual it says for No display at boot to Make certain the motherboard chipset drivers are installed and/or I may need to update my system BIOS. I did a update on my BIOS but it didn't help.
I have a HP Pavilion a420n, The motherboard A7V8X-LA.
I just want to install my video card! I didn't think it would be this much of a hassle.