Motherboard not detecting video card

Horace17

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I'm having a problem where my motherboard is not detecting my video card. The motherboard has an onboard video card. I have tried selecting PCI express as the video card to use. I've also tried uninstalling the on board video card's drivers and disabling it in windows. All my drivers are up to date as is my bios.

Motherboard : MSI 760GM-p33
Onboard video card: ATI Radeon 3000
Video card: ATI Radeon 3650

Any idea's as to what else I should try?

Cheers
 

beenthere

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Usually there should be a BIOS option to disable the onboard graphics in addition to selecting the PCI-E slot as the Vid source, but I'm not familiar with that mobo???? Is there any extra power connector on that ATI 3650 Vid card? If so it needs 12V power to it.
 

AznRice

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Did you secure your graphic card completely, because mobos will not read your card if it is not inserted right. For novices like us, you should wait for others to reply or call AMD and ask them for tips.

Just trying to help,
-AznRice