Solved Can't enter bios after installing new graphics card and beep

January 6, 2014 at 05:41:53
Specs: Windows 7, I7 3770 k/corsair 4X4
Can't enter bios after installing new graphics card and beeps when start up(gpu NVIDIA Quadro K4000)

CPU:I7 3770 k
MoBo:Z68XP-UD3
GPU:NVIDIA Quadro K4000
RAM:corsair 4X4
HDD:Samsung 1TB
PSU:Corsair HX 850
SSD:Corsair force GT

OLD GPU EVERISING GOOD (Radeon HD6870 2X)

my video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj0w...


I remove the card and put old Radeon HD 6870.everything works fine.only new card has problem

1.When i put gpu:nvidia quadro k4000 after that i remove battery two minutes from my motherboard . remove the ram and clean it. turn on computer .start motherboard icon but not enter bios and after 3 minutes Computer Has a Black Screen)windows not start up :heink:

2.I put gpu:Radeon HD6870 .everything works fine :)
BIOS PICTURE http://postimg.org/gallery/25r94so6c/
COMPUTER MANAGEMENT http://imageshack.com/a/img824/7417...

3.Aafter that put quadro k4000 . start motherboard icon, not enter bios but start windows:??: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj0w...

sorry my bad english . if my english not understand i make this video too


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January 6, 2014 at 17:04:11
I wasn't able to view the links earlier. The Gigabyte splash screen comes up, then after a brief delay, the system boots into Windows. The BIOS settings are a mess. Why do you have the all integrated graphics settings enabled? And why are you running the SATA controller in IDE mode? If you're using a USB keyboard, try switching to a PS/2 & see if that will allow you into the BIOS to fix all the settings.

Why did you switch to a workstation graphics card?

"The Quadro lineup is geared toward graphics professionals, engineers, medical imaging, geospatial, or anyone who needs very heavy computational performance. By "heavy" we're not talking photographs and web graphics. Think more along the lines of a 3D model that accurately describes every thread of every bolt in your whole damn car - and all the other parts. Think programs likeAutodesk Maya, The Foundry's Nuke and Nukex, Catia, SolidWorks."

"So does that make Quadro cards faster at gaming? Surprisingly no. They'll be on-par with an equivalent GeForce card, sometimes a touch slower sometimes faster but by no significant margin. Remember, game engines are written with GeForce in mind. Technically, you can play games with a Quadro with pretty-settings cranked up on your workstation, but it's not nirvana."

http://www.renderosity.com/nvidia-q...

http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/g...

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January 6, 2014 at 08:23:42
I don't know why you would have removed the battery? There was no reason to clear & reset the BIOS. The "proper" way to rest the BIOS is to unplug the power cord, move the Clear-CMOS jumper from the normal position to the clear position, wait a few seconds, then move it back again. Removing the battery is an alternate method. It does NOT take minutes to clear, it only takes a second or two, but the power cord MUST be unplugged.

The beeping is your clue, it means something isn't installed properly. Either the card wasn't fully seated in it's slot or you didn't connect the additional power plug to the card, or you knocked something else loose while working within the case. What is the exact beep code?

http://www.bioscentral.com/beepcode...


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January 6, 2014 at 08:41:53
i use jumper too.the beep soun is here(it is startup sound only and i think its normal) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj0w...
now i try bios updates

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January 6, 2014 at 14:37:24
We generally do not recommend updating BIOS unless there is a clear reason to such as the update clearly states that the problem you are having was known and addressed in the new update. The risk of a failed update is great enough and may leave the motherboard unusable.

Look carefully (a mirror or strong light may be needed) to make sure that the video card is fully seated in the slot. Make sure the 6pin PCIe connector is properly seated on the card. Finally, make sure that the video card is not pressing on another component, touching a part of the case or hard drive cage, or tugging a wire or plug out of its proper path or unseating another connector.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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January 6, 2014 at 17:04:11
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I wasn't able to view the links earlier. The Gigabyte splash screen comes up, then after a brief delay, the system boots into Windows. The BIOS settings are a mess. Why do you have the all integrated graphics settings enabled? And why are you running the SATA controller in IDE mode? If you're using a USB keyboard, try switching to a PS/2 & see if that will allow you into the BIOS to fix all the settings.

Why did you switch to a workstation graphics card?

"The Quadro lineup is geared toward graphics professionals, engineers, medical imaging, geospatial, or anyone who needs very heavy computational performance. By "heavy" we're not talking photographs and web graphics. Think more along the lines of a 3D model that accurately describes every thread of every bolt in your whole damn car - and all the other parts. Think programs likeAutodesk Maya, The Foundry's Nuke and Nukex, Catia, SolidWorks."

"So does that make Quadro cards faster at gaming? Surprisingly no. They'll be on-par with an equivalent GeForce card, sometimes a touch slower sometimes faster but by no significant margin. Remember, game engines are written with GeForce in mind. Technically, you can play games with a Quadro with pretty-settings cranked up on your workstation, but it's not nirvana."

http://www.renderosity.com/nvidia-q...

http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/g...

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