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Old GPU, New system, Was working and now isnt

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Before i bought my new build, I had trouble with my GPU displaying video, but when i tried a different gpu in the old build, it didnt work either, so i figured it was a PCIE slot problem. Bought a new build (Motherboard, RAM and CPU, completely new platform). That new build worked great up until now, (about 4 days) and now that gpu wont display any video (on board video does work). 

 

- I have new drivers, I tried to delete it, didnt help

- Speccy doesnt recognize that there is a gpu in the system)

 

any help would be appreciated, rma'ing would be the worst considering Gigabyte sucks

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1 minute ago, silasjdemone said:

Before i bought my new build, I had trouble with my GPU displaying video, but when i tried a different gpu in the old build, it didnt work either, so i figured it was a PCIE slot problem. Bought a new build (Motherboard, RAM and CPU, completely new platform). That new build worked great up until now, (about 4 days) and now that gpu wont display any video (on board video does work). 

 

- I have new drivers, I tried to delete it, didnt help

- Speccy doesnt recognize that there is a gpu in the system)

 

any help would be appreciated, rma'ing would be the worst considering Gigabyte sucks

Check in the BIOS to make sure the default video output is the PCIe GPU. 

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Just now, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Check in the BIOS to make sure the default video output is the PCIe GPU. 

Tried it, no luck

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Im thinking either there is a hair in the GPU slot, you need a windows update after installing GPU, also Check Device Manager to see if there are any exclamation marks on your motherboard, etc.  Driver Reviver will assist with just about everything but once in a while need to roll back the WIFI drivers if they cause a problem from Driver Reviver and that's the only problem I've had with that program and its free.

 

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2 hours ago, CanadianSciGuy said:

Im thinking either there is a hair in the GPU slot, you need a windows update after installing GPU, also Check Device Manager to see if there are any exclamation marks on your motherboard, etc.  Driver Reviver will assist with just about everything but once in a while need to roll back the WIFI drivers if they cause a problem from Driver Reviver and that's the only problem I've had with that program and its free.

 

I'll look into this stuff tomorrow morning and I'll get back to you then

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2 hours ago, Brooksie359 said:

Might I ask what gpu you have?

gigabyte 1050ti oc wf

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