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Windows 7: Integrated graphics driver

23 Mar 2010   #1

Windows 7 ultimate X64
 
 
Integrated graphics driver

Ok, so if a system has integrated graphics, and a vga out, you don't necessariy HAVE to have a card to run it,correct?
So obviously, this is without a card installed...
Messing with an older Athlon/Asus setup and I installed a new CPU (X64 5000)
and it wont even post. The HDD spins up, mobo lights, but nothing getting to the monitor. I DID buy a used CPU, and it APPEARS to be fine( no bent pins,etc)
I'm thinking it needs a card either way..??
--->Deer in the headlights look...<---



AMD Athlon
64 X2 Dual-Core Processor 4600+ for TRUE Multi-tasking(a)


AMD Live
Processor Speed

2.2GHz


(a)

Cache

512KB+512KB L2 Cache
Bus Speed

2000MT/s System Bus
Chipset

NVIDIA GeForce 6150 LE
Memory

2048MB PC2-4200 DDR2 SDRAM memory


(b) (2x1024MB for ultimate performance)

Hard Drive

250GB 7200RPM Serial ATA hard drive


(c)

Optical Drive(s)

SuperMulti DVD Burner with LightScribe Technology: 16x DVD±R, 8x DVD+RW, 6x DVD-RW,
DVD-RW, 8x DVD+R DL, 4x DVD-R DL, 5x DVD-RAM, 16x DVD-ROM, 40x CDR, 32x CDRW,



CDRW, 40x CD-ROM



Video Graphics

Integrated NVIDIA GeForce 6150LE Graphics with up to 256MB shared video memory


(p)

Network Interface

10/100Base-T network interface
Sound

High Definition Audio, 8 speaker configurable
Fax/Modem

56k modem


(e)

Memory Slots

4 DIMM (240-pin, DDR2) (


(OK, I have NO idea where that lil drunk dude came from...)
Is this an earky april fools gag peeps??? If so, its a good one!



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23 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7 ultimate X64
 
 

Now thats avatar I can relate to! But seriously...whodunnit?
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23 Mar 2010   #3

XP Pro SP3 X86 / Win7 Pro X86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DreemWarrior View Post
Ok, so if a system has integrated graphics, and a vga out, you don't necessariy HAVE to have a card to run it,correct?
So obviously, this is without a card installed...
Messing with an older Athlon/Asus setup and I installed a new CPU (X64 5000)
and it wont even post. The HDD spins up, mobo lights, but nothing getting to the monitor. I DID buy a used CPU, and it APPEARS to be fine( no bent pins,etc)
I'm thinking it needs a card either way..??
--->Deer in the headlights look...<---
Nope... if it's got a VGA plug on it, it's got built in graphics, most boards do these days.

Have you tried a CMOS reset?

It's an Asus board so it probably has a CMOS reset jumper... You'll need to download the manual for it to be sure...

The squence is quite easy...

1) totally power down the machine (unplug it)
2) Move the jumper to the "clear CMOS" position
3) Turn the power back on and start the computer
4) Move the jumper back to it's operating position

This should give you a "CMOS setting bad" message (or similar).
In any case it should get you to the video...
Press Del to go into the BIOS and go through the settings.
I'm betting it's had a buscard video in it and the on-board video is disabled.
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23 Mar 2010   #4

Windows 7 ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by CommonTater View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DreemWarrior View Post
Ok, so if a system has integrated graphics, and a vga out, you don't necessariy HAVE to have a card to run it,correct?
So obviously, this is without a card installed...
Messing with an older Athlon/Asus setup and I installed a new CPU (X64 5000)
and it wont even post. The HDD spins up, mobo lights, but nothing getting to the monitor. I DID buy a used CPU, and it APPEARS to be fine( no bent pins,etc)
I'm thinking it needs a card either way..??
--->Deer in the headlights look...<---
Nope... if it's got a VGA plug on it, it's got built in graphics, most boards do these days.

Have you tried a CMOS reset?

It's an Asus board so it probably has a CMOS reset jumper... You'll need to download the manual for it to be sure...

The squence is quite easy...

1) totally power down the machine (unplug it)
2) Move the jumper to the "clear CMOS" position
3) Turn the power back on and start the computer
4) Move the jumper back to it's operating position

This should give you a "CMOS setting bad" message (or similar).
In any case it should get you to the video...
Press Del to go into the BIOS and go through the settings.
I'm betting it's had a buscard video in it and the on-board video is disabled.
No I haven't tried that actually...duh I think if you just move the jumper and wait like 3 min the put it back it clears it, right? I'll check websoite to be sure. Thanks for the memory purge. I needed that apparently
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23 Mar 2010   #5

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by CommonTater View Post
The squence is quite easy...

1) totally power down the machine (unplug it)
2) Move the jumper to the "clear CMOS" position
3) Turn the power back on and start the computer
4) Move the jumper back to it's operating position

This should give you a "CMOS setting bad" message (or similar).
In any case it should get you to the video...
Press Del to go into the BIOS and go through the settings.
I'm betting it's had a buscard video in it and the on-board video is disabled.
Umm, you should NEVER power up your rig with the jumper setting on clear CMOS, as it could damage your motherboard. Every rig I own has that stated in the manual. It will also void any warranty. All you need to do is set the jumper to clear CMOS, and then wait a few minutes and change it back. The motherboard battery is sufficient power to clear it. And you should NEVER attempt to change jumper settings while the motherboard is powered up.


Max
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23 Mar 2010   #6

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DreemWarrior View Post
No I haven't tried that actually...duh I think if you just move the jumper and wait like 3 min the put it back it clears it, right?
Yes, that is the proper protocol.
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23 Mar 2010   #7

Windows 7 ultimate X64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MadMaxData View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by CommonTater View Post
The squence is quite easy...

1) totally power down the machine (unplug it)
2) Move the jumper to the "clear CMOS" position
3) Turn the power back on and start the computer
4) Move the jumper back to it's operating position

This should give you a "CMOS setting bad" message (or similar).
In any case it should get you to the video...
Press Del to go into the BIOS and go through the settings.
I'm betting it's had a buscard video in it and the on-board video is disabled.
Umm, you should NEVER power up your rig with the jumper setting on clear CMOS, as it could damage your motherboard. Every rig I own has that stated in the manual. It will also void any warranty. All you need to do is set the jumper to clear CMOS, and then wait a few minutes and change it back. The motherboard battery is sufficient power to clear it. And you should NEVER attempt to change jumper settings while the motherboard is powered up.


Max
Right...yeah all I've ever done is just move it for few, the replace it. Trying that now...
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23 Mar 2010   #8

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DreemWarrior View Post
Right...yeah all I've ever done is just move it for few, the replace it. Trying that now...
Phew! I was hoping I would catch you before you powered up with the clear CMOS jumper shorted. I almost had a heart attack....LOL

By the way, CommonTater gives really good advice, he just happened to make a mistake in this instance. You can trust him to bring you the rest of the way home with this troubleshooting procedure, no problem.
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24 Mar 2010   #9

Windows 7 ultimate X64
 
 

Quote:
Phew! I was hoping I would catch you before you powered up with the clear CMOS jumper shorted. I almost had a heart attack....LOL
LOL Thanks for lookin out there max. But no, power+moving jumpers/cables=trouble!
And we ALL make mistakes every now and then. Its all good
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24 Mar 2010   #10

Windows 7 ultimate X64
 
 

Well, no joy there....getting ready to do a PSU test I suppose....

Well,thats not a good sign at all. PSU is fine....Mem in wrong DIMM?
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