I'm working on building a custom PC, and I've run into a problem. I have an ASRock B75 Pro 3 motherboard and a Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 video card.
After I installed everything (correctly, as far as I know, but I could be wrong, since this is my first build), including the video card. When I powered it on, with an HDMI cable from the monitor to the video card I didn't get any display.
I am trying to learn about Solaris and Sun systems so I purchased a SunFire 280r running Solaris 9 with a disk array from eBay. The system had no video card so I purchased a PGX32 card for the PCI slot and installed it.
The problem is I have no video what so ever. I am familiar to the x86 world where I would expect at least a POST from a new video card.
I want to install a video card into a server. When it is inserted, server does not boot up and there is no video signal coming from video card. 4 LEDs at the back of the motherboard show pattern G-R-R-A which means "Disabling the console controller" (see Appendix C in manual). There was another (older) video card in that PCI slot and it worked fine.
Okay so I have a crappy SiS Driver and I am going to upgrade it to a BFG Tech BFGR6600GTOC GeForce 6600GT 128MB 128-bit GDDR3 AGP 4X/8X Video Card(Link here: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814143027 ) I was wondering will that fix my problem of the blue line on my screen?
I installed Ubuntu 12.10 64 bit in my Dell N5110 and i had a major problem my screen flashes all the time especially
when i open mozilla and other applications ,i get a message "Gpu Hang",what can i do about that?
Video Card - Mobile Intel(R) HD Graphics
Vendor Name Intel Corporation
Video Card Chip Type Intel(R) HD Graphics Family
Video Card Memory 2.77
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