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pw2much@hotmail.com
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Posted:12/16/2010 3:26:00 AM # 1
I installed a Galaxy GeForce GT 430 video card and after I istalled the software I recieved an error message about the GPU.exe in ATI didn't load or something anyway I called Galaxy and the tech told me to uninstall their software and disable the onboard graphic but when I went to do it I now have no video at all the system won't even boot to the Windows 7 64bit OS cd.I need help in determining what went wrong and why my system will not bootup or why it has no video signal at all.

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Posted:12/16/2010 4:15:00 AM # 2
Hi PW2much
First you should reset the cmos so bios returns to default. It sound like you disabled something you should`nt have

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Posted:12/16/2010 7:44:00 AM # 3

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Author: pw2much@hotmail.com Posted: 12/16/2010 3:26:00 AM

I installed a Galaxy GeForce GT 430 video card and after I istalled the software I recieved an error message about the GPU.exe in ATI didn't load or something anyway I called Galaxy and the tech told me to uninstall their software and disable the onboard graphic but when I went to do it I now have no video at all the system won't even boot to the Windows 7 64bit OS cd.I need help in determining what went wrong and why my system will not bootup or why it has no video signal at all.

Have you pulled the Galaxy card to see if you get the onboard video back?  Since the error message contained "GPU.exe in ATI", I strongly suspect a conflict with the ATI Catalyst drivers which govern the onboard video.  If you can get the system to display video using the onboard graphics (after pulling the Galaxy card), I recommend you completely uninstall the Catalyst drivers in safe mode and reboot.  Enter BIOS and disable the onboard.  I think it's under Chipset Config/Internal Graphics/Internal Graphics Mode.  Reinstall Galaxy card, restart  and see if it's picked up and displaying boot up information, etc.  If so, install the Galaxy NVIDIA drivers.  Hopefully you'll be good to go.

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Posted:12/28/2010 5:24:00 PM # 4

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Author: Prowls Posted: 12/16/2010 7:44:00 AM


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Author: pw2much@hotmail.com Posted: 12/16/2010 3:26:00 AM

I installed a Galaxy GeForce GT 430 video card and after I istalled the software I recieved an error message about the GPU.exe in ATI didn't load or something anyway I called Galaxy and the tech told me to uninstall their software and disable the onboard graphic but when I went to do it I now have no video at all the system won't even boot to the Windows 7 64bit OS cd.I need help in determining what went wrong and why my system will not bootup or why it has no video signal at all.

Have you pulled the Galaxy card to see if you get the onboard video back?  Since the error message contained "GPU.exe in ATI", I strongly suspect a conflict with the ATI Catalyst drivers which govern the onboard video.  If you can get the system to display video using the onboard graphics (after pulling the Galaxy card), I recommend you completely uninstall the Catalyst drivers in safe mode and reboot.  Enter BIOS and disable the onboard.  I think it's under Chipset Config/Internal Graphics/Internal Graphics Mode.  Reinstall Galaxy card, restart  and see if it's picked up and displaying boot up information, etc.  If so, install the Galaxy NVIDIA drivers.  Hopefully you'll be good to go.

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Yes I removed the Galaxy card and the system would not boot to windows so I sent the motherboard in with RMA. They have replaced the Cmos (Bios) chipset and I'm currently waiting for the motherboard to come back.Upon recieving the board what is the proper proceedure to install the graphics card so I don't make the same mistake again?

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Posted:12/29/2010 9:43:00 AM # 5

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Author: pw2much@hotmail.com Posted: 12/28/2010 5:24:00 PM

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Yes I removed the Galaxy card and the system would not boot to windows so I sent the motherboard in with RMA. They have replaced the Cmos (Bios) chipset and I'm currently waiting for the motherboard to come back.Upon recieving the board what is the proper proceedure to install the graphics card so I don't make the same mistake again?

I can't imagine why your CMOS chip got toasted.  Static maybe?  My advice is to make sure any ATI/Catalyst drivers are completely uninstalled.  Boot into the BIOS and disable the onboard graphics, save.  Power down and disconnect from the AC.  Carefully install the new card.  Boot up into the OS and install the new drivers.  Good Luck!

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