Fail to install my graphics card

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hello, a game freak is here. i love playing games when i am free. so i recently bought a new graphics card for my computer. i attached in graphics slot then install the disc which is given with the graphics card. but i think i could not install it properly. when i clicked Nvidia geforce 8800 GT properties i found this error.

windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems.(code 43)

click 'check for solutions' to send data about this device to Microsoft and to see if there is a solution available.

now what can i do?? i bought it new. is this hardware problem or my computers problem. help me to solve.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #103477

Fail to install my graphics card

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hi dear,

I tell you complete procedure please follow it.

First go to start button then go to MY computer option right click there after it click at properties when you click at properties then property window will be open then find Hardware option after clicking at Hardware now you can see there device manager now click at this option you can see there all driver's these driver's are installed on your computer for different devices such as scanner, printer, Graphics card.

Now you can see here your driver's and if you see here that any driver is not installed then you buy universal driver cd insert it in CD room and right click at that driver and then click update driver after it give path of CD then it will install your driver automatically. Ok

Answered By 0 points N/A #103478

Fail to install my graphics card

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First you need to install you drivers properly then the proper link or through proper device. next you need to update your drivers. If you are using two video cards then unplug one card and then try other one. Also check your card on some other PC. If problem is in your PC then update your BIOS settings  also.

To check that the device is working or not you can also use this source. First go to START and then to RUN and in this window type dxdiag a new box will open now here go display tab and then check your device. If the device is working or not if no result then you need to change the current driver of your device and install a new driver which is up to data and best for your device. When done repeat the same process to check the accuracy.

 

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