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Tarun Kumar

Windows crashing while installing graphic drivers.

18 hours ago, Quickstrike said:

At this point I would in that order

-Reseat the GPU and power cables
-Test the GPU in another PC

If those do are fine, then try to Repair Windows 10 with a usb made with the media creation kit

 

i tested gpu on different computer, worked just fine intel platform then i looked up gtx 1650 supported motherboards, couldn't find mine. http://www.pc-specs.com/gpu/Nvidia/16_Series/GeForce_GTX_1650/4094/Compatible_Motherboards?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=03a4eae4e7c21fb942bee5fd4f3e0c560c320812-1582210747-0-AXUfoVGyeHeHdAH7GYxxenVvosTeucubcq7XTuQLHQcMgWzB9wjBbKUDd5Y3YQ5Xs1ak4lLoJpc737Q--iUQffORtfU0aKktf2g2MzXSPAV9vwNi4V1eQirM3sIAPjaD18GB-Pqu9AtXuHo80VXtVtcLCP-Uw9JhFD4mJDFe7L6nNf6ekCUn5VSg8_OffzJV2NUdTC0_rZp0rDwJoy3ppY6iTHoLJyt7iEaXSQG64Lyqcv-fJxwp430YzB8rOAMoBVTuE3dFHhRmPnmNh_d8TIyqm65GdiYF4AQtly5DKHcr_bSxVxlZ8PF8hg6EZKgd11mln3-iGuoydbVS4PygoBdrdNNOPklp44hcQLm0JueG

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I recently bought a new 1650 super oc 4gb ddr6 gigabyte, i am trying to install drivers but just when drivers changes resolution to native windows "crashes" and restarts but does not boot after windows logo, then i have boot into safe mode and clean uninstall drivers using DDU to boot into normal mode again to install drivers again but same story. Could anyone help me with this.

Doing this on windows 10

FX 6300

motherboard is ASrock N68- GS4 fx R2.0

PSU is Corsair vs 550

Is my graphic card faulty here?

 

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Are you using geforce experience or manually installing the drivers?


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There are limits to what you can do in safe mode, it's good for uninstalling broken things. But some things might not get installed completely... so try and install from regular boot.

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The last time I saw a problem like this, it was the weirdest thing: AC cable was defective and when the PC drew too much power, it started heating up and froze.

Are you migrating from AMD or from integrated graphics?

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, Quickstrike said:

The last time I saw a problem like this, it was the weirdest thing: AC cable was defective and when the PC drew too much power, it started heating up and froze.

Are you migrating from AMD or from integrated graphics?

 

I am 200% sure that my pc is not heating up and not freezing at all its just if don't install drivers it will work as long as i want.

And i Had r7 260x when it broke i switched back to my older gt610 then i ordered 1650 super.

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At this point I would in that order

-Reseat the GPU and power cables
-Test the GPU in another PC

If those do are fine, then try to Repair Windows 10 with a usb made with the media creation kit

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer
18 hours ago, Quickstrike said:

At this point I would in that order

-Reseat the GPU and power cables
-Test the GPU in another PC

If those do are fine, then try to Repair Windows 10 with a usb made with the media creation kit

 

i tested gpu on different computer, worked just fine intel platform then i looked up gtx 1650 supported motherboards, couldn't find mine. http://www.pc-specs.com/gpu/Nvidia/16_Series/GeForce_GTX_1650/4094/Compatible_Motherboards?__cf_chl_jschl_tk__=03a4eae4e7c21fb942bee5fd4f3e0c560c320812-1582210747-0-AXUfoVGyeHeHdAH7GYxxenVvosTeucubcq7XTuQLHQcMgWzB9wjBbKUDd5Y3YQ5Xs1ak4lLoJpc737Q--iUQffORtfU0aKktf2g2MzXSPAV9vwNi4V1eQirM3sIAPjaD18GB-Pqu9AtXuHo80VXtVtcLCP-Uw9JhFD4mJDFe7L6nNf6ekCUn5VSg8_OffzJV2NUdTC0_rZp0rDwJoy3ppY6iTHoLJyt7iEaXSQG64Lyqcv-fJxwp430YzB8rOAMoBVTuE3dFHhRmPnmNh_d8TIyqm65GdiYF4AQtly5DKHcr_bSxVxlZ8PF8hg6EZKgd11mln3-iGuoydbVS4PygoBdrdNNOPklp44hcQLm0JueG

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In the specs I found for that board, nothing is mentioned as to which gen the pcie slots are. I have an nforce 980 based board with am3 socket and it is only PCIEv2. Last time I was video card hunting, I was told that the 1050ti was as high/new as I could go because the v2 slots was missing something that is on v3 slots. V3 pcie cards are not fully backwards compatible. 

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6 hours ago, Tarun Kumar said:

If the card work by itself and the system run by itself... That... sucks.


In essence you are struggling to relatively new hardware on a 8 years old system. It might be time to let it go

If I was you, I would find something used (like an Rx 580) and flip the new card...
You might be actually be better off, lots of cheap 580 on the used market and IMHO, it's generally a superior card. 
 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 hours ago, Quickstrike said:

If the card work by itself and the system run by itself... That... sucks.


In essence you are struggling to relatively new hardware on a 8 years old system. It might be time to let it go

If I was you, I would find something used (like an Rx 580) and flip the new card...
You might be actually be better off, lots of cheap 580 on the used market and IMHO, it's generally a superior card. 
 

 

i am gonna let it go now, i was going for the new rx 580 as our nation (India) is new to gaming so i can't find an used rx 580, but i went with 1650 super because of the drivers malfunction of Amd and super is also more power efficient and produce less heat.

Anyways thanks for you time, all of you thanks a lot. 

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On 2/20/2020 at 4:04 PM, Tarun Kumar said:

They list plenty of boards that doesn't have PCIe 3.0, some are even older than the one you are using (Asus P5B/Intel P965 anyone?). But it seems that your very board is indeed one of the few that isn't listed, while the N68C-GS4 FX is. There's still the option to just replace the mainboard with one listed, they should be almost free to get by now, no matter where you live.

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