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GPU Issues



Well, i dont have any PC Forum so thought that if anyone here knows my problem he could help me, its simple:

I used my pc with no problems until 2~3 days ago, when my pc went crazy, and started updating alot of things (It even installed Service Pack 1). Ok.

But when i tried to run my pc a few days after, my GPU Simply wasnt recognized, my BIOS by default tries to run the GPU, and if it doesnt exists, it starts the integrated one. My GPU Just turns up and keeps on with the fan at maximum speed, like cooling down, while the integrated one starts. (Basically adding or removing my gpu has no effect on the computer, the gpu just keeps there with the fan maxed if i connect it).

I googled for over 2 hours and couldnt get anything, so i came here.

This is my PC:


Win 7 Professional 64 Bit - SP1


AMD FX-4100 Zambezi 32nm Tecnología


4,00GB Doble-Canal DDR3 @ 668MHz (9-9-9-24) (GSkill)


XFX 9600 GTX (Recognized whatever i do as 9800gt)




465GB Western Digital WDC WD5000AAKX-001CA0 ATA Device (SATA) 3

Current Recognized GPU:

W1943 on AMD 760G (Microsoft Corporation WDDM 1.1)

(W1943 = LG Monitor)

Thanks in advance, HyPeX

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Does the GPU have its own PCI-E power plug? Make sure it is completely plugged in. Do you have any other PCI-E slots you can try the card in?

What is the model number of your computer? Or, if it's built by yourself, what is the motherboard model?

Totally forgot to post my Motherboard, its a MSI 760 GM-P21 FX.

it only has one PCI Slot, and i already checked that it was correctly plugged in.

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