Last Updated on February 16, 2019 by InfraExam
After a new PCIe video card is added, the computer seems to boot successfully but it will not display any video. The computer was working properly before the new video card was installed. What is the most likely cause of the problem?
- The monitor cable is faulty.
- The new video card is not compatible with the CPU in the PC.
- The saved CMOS settings are set to use the built-in video adapter.
- The PC does not have enough RAM to support the new video card.
If you connect a monitor to a video card while the integrated video adapter is still active in the saved settings in CMOS, the card may not output any video. Disable the integrated video adapter in the BIOS Setup before using the new video card.