fazzy July 15, 2012 at 09:53:49 Specs: Windows 7, i3 3.2Ghz / 4gigs
When i plug cable of monitor to my graphic card then my CPU runs but no display and when i plug monitor's cable to integrated graphic card slot then my cpu and monitor both run...but i have seen that my graphic card fan is running.......whats the problem?? :(
Fazzy, just because the fan spins doesn't mean the card is working. Your power supply may be underpowered. First are you sure you have all the plugs plugged in to the card. To check your psu, open the case and write down the amperage listed on the 12V + label. Can you tell us what is the brand and the wattage of the psu? Post back with the specifics.
It's an outdated PSU meant for P3 systems & older. You can tell by looking at the specs. 40A on the +5v rail? That's because older CPUs get their power from the +5v. P4 & newer CPUs get their power from the +12v rail. 20A on the +12v isn't enough for a modern system.
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