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Grapichscard
« on: 02-August-19, 13:49:32 »

Hej.
I  have just installed my new motherboard, Msi z370 gamingm5 and it is working with the internal Graphics card, but  I would like to use a Asus geforce gtx 1060, I have tried it but  there is no video output, the card have been working on my formor motherboard, what is blocking the signal. Pleas help. THANKS

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Re: Grapichscard
« Reply #1 on: 04-August-19, 01:38:04 »

I have tried, diffrent graphc cards but none of them is working, the MOBO dont register that there is a card in the PCI slot, I have tried to go into bios , have not found how to enable the pci slots. the mainboard I used before there was no problems with the videocard  you put it in at it worked, but it seems that msi make it  diffrent  the internal graphic is not good for the new games. Pleas I need some advise.

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Re: Grapichscard
« Reply #2 on: 15-August-19, 07:30:37 »

have your tried a bios update? i had the same problem with my old motherboard -> i installed the latest bios and it worked.
 is the cable for the power supply connected with the graphic card?
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Re: Grapichscard
« Reply #3 on: 24-August-19, 20:39:27 »

There might be three reasons for your issue: 
1. The bios might need an update.   
2. The PCI slot might be damaged.
3. Check to see if the card is properly seated in the PCI slot. Sometimes that can cause the Mobo to not read the card on the system.  (had this problem happen to me a few times in the past)
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