Quote: Originally Posted by sp3r0
... and it`s true my video card is in the PCI slot (where was the oldest video card) and the PCI-Express is empty.I don`t know how to plug out the video card from PCI slot , to put him on PCI-E.Tell me if that can cause the problem.
Wait wait wait WHAT!?!?!?!?
This is your problem! Or at least part of it!!!!!
Your card is a PCI-e card, and NEEDS to be in that slot. I am surprised it works AT ALL! I am surprised the card is not damaged!
You need to do this:
1. Open your case
2. Locate the video card, and unscrew the plate from the case
3. Remove the card from the PCI slot, and reseat it in the PCI-E x16 slot.
4. Screw the card back into the case
5. Close your case.
I would bet this fixes it.