Issue With NVIDIA 9500 512MB

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Hello,

I am having some issues with my Nvidia 9500. I have bought a brand new NVIDIA 9500 512MB, but when I am trying to install it , it makes a problem.

I have installed the driver software then connected the video card with my monitor, but the problem is no proper screen coming, a black screen & few white characters are moving up & down. Please help me in this regard. Thank you

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83977

Issue With NVIDIA 9500 512MB

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Dear Ssoumyadiproy

There are some possible reasons, if your Nvidia 9500 card not working properly.

1. First you check, is you insert / fix a card in proper way. Try to pull back and re-insert your card into system.

2. Is your Nvidia 9500 card suppourted to your operating system or not. Check its compatibility.

3. Is your card compatibile with your system hardware or not ? check its compatibility.

4. Is driver of your card compatibile with your operating system or not.

If above four things match and compatible your system then go to the shop and just replace your Nvidia 9500 card.

Take Care

Kelin

Answered By 562865 points N/A #83978

Issue With NVIDIA 9500 512MB

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Make sure that you insert the graphics card to the PCI slot properly. And also, be sure that your CPU is totally turned off and unplugged from the power outlet before the video card is inserted.

Inserting or connecting the graphics card to the CPU while it is running will cause damage to the device. You should also check if the version of the video card’s driver supports your operating system otherwise you may have to find the right version for your operating system.

Since this is the current state of your device, uninstall its driver from your machine then shutdown the computer. Open the CPU and check if the video card is inserted properly then start again the computer.

Install again its driver and see if it works. If it’s still the same, uninstall its driver again and replace the old video card in your computer and then proceed on installing its driver.

If the old graphics card works, you should try installing the new video card on a different computer to verify if it’s working or not.

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