Solved trobleshooting a radeon hd 3650 1gb graaphics card

November 29, 2013 at 21:21:34
Specs: Windows 7
I am trying to install a Radeon 8 X AGP HD 3650 1GB Graphics Card on a Intel D865GBF motherboard and when I start the computer the monitor shows a (no video output signal) message on the screen the AGP slot on the motherboard works fine I have installed an older agp video card in it and it operated fine with it installed. Is there a way to troubleshoot my graphics cart to tell if it will work and I am just doing something wrong installing it ? Please help !!! My E-mail information is as follows:
Thanks Sincerely Kodiak G. Blues.

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November 30, 2013 at 00:03:11
I doubt you are doing anything wrong if you've been able to get a different AGP card to work okay on the same board.

There is only one way to test it, and that's by installing it, which you've already done.

All I can think of is that maybe the PSU isn't powerful enough - needs to be 450w minimum with 30 amps on the 12v rail.

If not that, the card is simply faulty (as in "dead").

Never post your email address as we do not provide help by email. if we did, it would be pointless having a forum. All you have done is invite anybody to send you loads of junk mail.

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November 30, 2013 at 06:10:24
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Have you connected the additional 4-pin power plug to the card? It either requires a 4-pin molex (right) or 4-pin floppy (left):

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