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Nvidia EVGA Geforce GT 620 not working with Dell Inspiron 530 (Windows 7, 32-bit

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#1 Gatchi


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Posted 21 December 2015 - 07:22 PM

We are trying to install a the new graphics card (See title) into the computer. When we install it and run it with a monitor plugged into the card it will not load anything on the screen. When we plug a monitor into the default VGA slot of the computer, it will launch but the card will tell us that the monitor is not plugged in right, and it starts with a beep, but we can use the computer. In the BIOS we have set it to load the PCIe slot. We have tried to install the EVGA windows 7 32-bit drivers for the Geforce 600 series but it does not let us onto the computer. We appreciate any suggestions, or if there is incompatibilities that we have overseen.

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#2 Metallica5456


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Posted 22 December 2015 - 08:59 AM

Hi there, am I correct in assuming that with the graphics card unplugged the system works OK and you can use it normally? That the issue you're having is only when trying to run the video through the graphics card?

The 620 is a lower end card so doesn't take a lot of power however can you provide me the 7 character service tag from the machine?

You say the monitor "tells" you something...what exactly does it tell you?

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