Quote: Originally Posted by madcratebuilder
I would remove all traces of previous gpu drivers. Power down then reset the gpu card, make sure it's seated in the slot. Boot up and you may see the "new hardware" message so you can then install the supplied drivers.
And, don't just check that the card is seated. Be sure that there are no other power ports elsewhere on the card that are required. I'm sure you have read the manual, so I won't insult you, but REread that thing and make sure.
On another note, if a graphics card won't work, how do you see the error message? Not trying to be a smartass, but I can't help but imagine something like: "I can't hear you." "Excuse me?" "I said, I can't hear you."