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GeForce GTX 460 Wont Work on a Certian PCIE Slot


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#1 swiftkil45

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Posted 23 December 2011 - 09:44 PM

GeForce GTX 460
EVGA P55 MICRO


Recently I have obtained a Black Magic Intensity Pro and I am trying to install it on my computer. I have not had a problem with my computer at all, but to install the Black Magic(because the GTX 460 is bulky), I had to move the GTX 460 from the PCIE slot above the PCIE-Mini (which I need for the Black Magic), to the PCIE slot underneath it. My screen works and I can boot my computer in safe mode no problem, but for some reason it wont let windows start in normal mode. I've tried uninstalling the driver and reinstalling it and it still doesn't work. My computer recognizes the driver but for some reason it won't properly work. I'm not sure what to do. Someone please make my Christmas and help me out :/

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Posted 24 December 2011 - 05:55 PM

Most SLI boards require a certain slot be filled first. While I don't see anything claiming that in the info I skimmed that is probably the issue you are having.
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