Troubleshoot Graphics Card Improper Settings
If graphics card configurations are improperly set, many phenomena and bugs will be invoked. And here the most prevailingly corresponding ones such as graphics card conflicts, system crash, graphics card drivers corruption are to be analyzed inclusively for you.
Graphics Card Conflicts
Having graphics card being replaced, there is no access to operating system; And your PC prompts that there is a protective fault. Therefore, you reinstall operating system, motherboard, sound card and graphics card drivers as well. Miserably, more strange circumstances have been occurred. Specifically: After you click "My Computer" - "Properties" - "Device Manager", a exclamation point exist in the windows of "display adapter". Then, when you Select "Properties" - "Settings", you only find that operating system merely demonstrate the notice of "Standard VGA Card" but did not recognize the graphics card. What's more, just "Default" and "optimization" option display in In the "Advanced" and "Monitor" adapter. To tell you the truth, it is owing to Bios Configurations improper settings.
Solution: Restart your computer to enter into the motherboard BIOS settings: click "PnP / PCI Configurations" - "PCI / VGA Palette Snoop", and then set this option as "Enable". Having done that, you can close and reboot computer to reinstall graphics card driver.
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The basic computer devices can operate smoothly, however, as long as you begin to play compute games, system crash and other phenomena will be invoked. In fact, this is one of the representative failure resulted from incompatibility of graphics card standard and motherboard.
Solution: Such the case being, you are suggested to check motherboard and graphics card manual to observe in improper setting exist in the motherboard BIOS. For instance, motherboard BIOS option is labeled with AGP3.0, but graphics card display the AGP2.0 standards. In this case, you should turn off the configuration setting of AGP3.0 and restart the computer to solve the problem.
Graphics Card Drivers Corruption
System crash is invoked after you enter into the operating system; Hence, you reboot your computer and deactivated the graphics card driver. As a result, there is natural and normal access to operating system, but the display effect is very poor. Under such circumstance, incorrectly installed graphics card driver is the cause.
Solution: N.0 1: Unplug the monitor pin to check if there is any abnormalities such as broken needle. If there are, you should take corresponding steps to handle it.
N.0 2: Open the mainframe box to unplug the graphics card. Subsequently, you should clean up PCI－E slot and erase the graphics card goldfinger.
N.0 3: Click "My Computer" and select "Properties" - "Hardware" - "Device Manager" - "Graphics Card", and then choose the specific graphics cars to click "Update Driver" to upgrade the driver. Of course, ATI Divers diagnose expert of Driver Detective can be relied to upgrade and update the specific graphics card driver you want once again.