Question My pc wont boot after installing a new gpu

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i just bought a used AMD HD7730
after installing it my screen shows nothing
i was freaking out soo i put back my old GPU and it work
Idk y lol pls help me
Specs:
Intel Motherboard DH611W
PSU:Cooler Master RS-500-PCAR-03
CPU:Intel Core I5 2400
SSD:idk is 60 gb
HDD:idk too lol its 500gb
Current GPU:GTX 430 1GB
 

CosmicDance

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Take the side of the case off to reveal the GPU then start the PC up.
Is the fan(s) spinning on the GPU?
If not then there could be issues with the card itself being a dud like Remix said.

Andy
 
Jun 17, 2019
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Take the side of the case off to reveal the GPU then start the PC up.
Is the fan(s) spinning on the GPU?
If not then there could be issues with the card itself being a dud like Remix said.

Andy
yes the cpu and the gpu fans are fine but my keyboard and mouse wont show the RGB up idk y
 
You can use BEH6110H.86A.0120.EB.EXE. Since it works with windows 8 it should work with windows 10.

If it doesn't open, you can use a USB stick and use:
  • Iflash BIOS update [BEH6110H.86A.0120.BI.ZIP] - A DOS-based utility to update the BIOS regardless of operating system. It requires a CD or a USB flash device.
 
Jun 17, 2019
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You can use BEH6110H.86A.0120.EB.EXE. Since it works with windows 8 it should work with windows 10.

If it doesn't open, you can use a USB stick and use:
  • Iflash BIOS update [BEH6110H.86A.0120.BI.ZIP] - A DOS-based utility to update the BIOS regardless of operating system. It requires a CD or a USB flash device.
ok but how can i update this im a noob at motherboard im scared of risk like breaking my pc
 

CosmicDance

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Also check that the card is compatible with your mobo.
A BIOS update might sort if not.
Prior to updating the BIOS try just clearing it then rebooting with your current version as it sometimes works.
Each PC configuration is unique though so not guaranteed.

Just google how to reset your BIOS if you're not sure as it's straightforward.
Either a button on the mobo, a jumper to remove then put back or a jumper to touch with a small screwdriver.

Andy
 
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Jun 17, 2019
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Also check that the card is compatible with your mobo.
A BIOS update might sort if not.
Prior to updating the BIOS try just clearing it then rebooting with your current version as it sometimes works.
Each PC configuration is unique though so not guaranteed.

Just google how to reset your BIOS if you're not sure as it's straightforward.
Either a button on the mobo, a jumper to remove then put back or a jumper to touch with a small screwdriver.

Andy
yes is compatible i search it on google HD 7730 compatible mobo and i found mine in there before buying the card
 

CosmicDance

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Ok try resetting your BIOS as it only takes a few minutes.

If that doesn't work then a bit of research to learn how to flash your BIOS is the next step.

You might have to put your old GPU in temporarily to flash it if it won't boot at all.

Andy
 
Jun 17, 2019
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Ok try resetting your BIOS as it only takes a few minutes.

If that doesn't work then a bit of research to learn how to flash your BIOS is the next step.

You might have to put your old GPU in temporarily to flash it if it won't boot at all.

Andy
ok ill try it thanks for the help
 

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