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FX5200 wont accept any driver

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Paul Wickham, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. Paul Wickham

    Paul Wickham Guest

    needed to do a reinstall on sons machine which was working perfectly after
    demo of myst seemed to cause stability problems after uninstall and full
    registry clean up with regards to myst. Perfect new install of windows all
    devices detected except card which is denitrified as VGA compatible as usual
    giving usual quality screen in all resolutions despite no monitor showing in
    device manager or a "specific" card. Soon as I load any driver tried 44's
    50's 60 series reboots as required goes through partial boot windows logo is
    seen in beautiful resolution then you hear several clicks and monitor goes
    into either standby or power save with on light flashing reboot it just does
    the same. Uninstall driver it goes back to vga save mode as a "non
    recognised" card but all resolutions available which makes me think its not
    the card monitor works perfect on my fx at all resolutions 8 new reinstalls
    and outcome is always the same. also tried clean install followed by sp2 as
    soon as it rebooted loading a default Microsoft driver believe it was a 56
    series it bombs out still can going into safe mode and shows driver loaded
    and at the same time it recognises the monitor and installs it. could it be
    that by not detecting a monitor initially its overdriving itself please help
    someone must have had this problem thanks in advance
    Paul Wickham, Sep 19, 2004
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  2. maybe removing your unrecognized vga card in the device manager and
    rebooting will cause it to recognize your nvidia card.
    Brian Thompson, Sep 27, 2004
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