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Windows 7: video problems of intel i5 core processor

09 May 2012   #1

windows 7 ultimate x86
video problems of intel i5 core processor

I bought an Intel Core i5-2320 kit from hyderabad. It has the following specs:

CPU: Intel Core i5-2320
Motherboard: intel DH67BL media series
Ram: 8gb DDR3 1333
Hard drives: 1TB Seagate
DVDRW: LG basic dvdrw

Last night I built the computer and this morning I hooked it up to my monitor, keyboard, mouse, and network. The monitor is using a DVI cable but supports both. (not sure if that matters). Fire the computer up, put in the Windows 7 CD and install away. No problems during the install. Windows loads to the desktop but the video, audio, and network drivers are not installed. So I pop in the CD and install the Intel INF, Video, Audio, Ethernet and then reboot. After the reboot, Windows loads but gets to just before the "Welcome" screen and then the monitor indicates no signal. So I reboot and go into Safe Mode. I remove the drivers and download newer ones from intel's website. After the reboot, it comes up fine. I install the newer driver and reboot. And guess what...the same thing happens. I cannot win. I cannot afford to buy a video card into the system. I also went into the BIOS and told it to use onboard first. I also increased the on-chip frame buffer size to 484mb+2MB for GTT.

Right now the computer is disconnected and waiting for help. Please help!
please help me

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10 May 2012   #2

Windows 7 Profesional x64

I supose its your chipset > 67. Why not a z68 or a little nvideacard are not so expensive ( i'm living in Belgium so i don't now that you for example a 550 ti can buy ( look for a card with DDR 5, not 3 ( = asking for probs ) Good luck
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10 May 2012   #3

Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1

FWIW: I had a i5 with an Intel MB and it would not work with the on-board video. I had to install a video card and then it went smoothly. I belive it is the CPU that won't allow onboard video to work.

Recommend picking up a cheap video card.


PS: Welcome to the windows 7 forums.
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