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Now, I think that this setting is not allowing me to show the display using my integrated GPU. I tried reseting the BIOS by removing and moving and moving back the JBAT1 jumper to reset my CMOS and BIOS settings, but there is still no display at all.
Did you remove the A/C power chord from the PSU before you did that? If not, please remove the A/C power chord first and then also take out the CMOS Battery for 10 minutes.
After that, re-test with one memory module in the first slot only.
A $25 PSU +3.3V@38A, +5V@40A, +12V@25A, -12V@0.8A, +5VSB@2.0A Need to say more?
Corsair CX-500 or if you have plans to extent the system, then a CX-600
A crappy old-school PSU like yours can create all sorts of problems, you can't build a building on a broken foundation.
However, one day, I decided to go with a new graphics card, to take some strain off of the motherboard and the built in GPU. So, I put in an inexpensive nVidia GT240 512MB. It was all working good. My cheap nVidia GT240 went out on me, so I figured no big deal I will just use regular integrated graphics again.
Else your PSU may have taken the entire system down, not only the card.
(Ps. I think he better takes his PC-technician remark out of his sig, as he's clearly not)
Hello! Please change PSU. Logisys is no good, no good at all. Rosewills are bad enough, and like you see in the link you so kindly provided, you get two Logisys for the money of a Rosewill PSU rated at 530 W. (I can in other stores find it at $20.) In fact, that is a pretty good place to start the troubleshooting.Logisys says the 575 W unit, the one you got, can do max: +3.3V@38A, +5V@40A, +12V@25A, -12V@0.8A, +5VSB@2.0AI simply don't believe it, and the high 5 volt tells me it is following an old, old standard. Well, 2004/2005 can be old, too. This is rather revealing: http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0360348