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PCIe x16 problem

Hello, so I've got an AliveNF6G-VSTA Mobo, 6GB DDR2 RAM and Athlon 64 X2 3600+ processor, and the PCIe is weird, if i plug D-Sub into onboard graphics the computer runs completely okay and everything is alright, but if i plug into GeForce 9500 GT i have no display, the card fans are spinning, yes the card runs completely okay in another PC, any solutions? and I have the latest L2.26 BIOS, mobo drivers are all installed and I have the latest updates for Windows 7. I noticed that the Mobo has only 20-pin instead of 24-pin, could it be the problem?

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1 hour ago, Hiatro said:

Hello, so I've got an AliveNF6G-VSTA Mobo, 6GB DDR2 RAM and Athlon 64 X2 3600+ processor, and the PCIe is weird, if i plug D-Sub into onboard graphics the computer runs completely okay and everything is alright, but if i plug into GeForce 9500 GT i have no display, the card fans are spinning, yes the card runs completely okay in another PC, any solutions? and I have the latest L2.26 BIOS, mobo drivers are all installed and I have the latest updates for Windows 7. I noticed that the Mobo has only 20-pin instead of 24-pin, could it be the problem?

i know this is a stupid question but make sure it has pcie and not a pci slot

and from what i have seen this card has two models (a pci and a pcie ) so make sure it is a pcie or pci 

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