So I've recently tried to upgrade from AMD (I uninstalled the drivers) to geforce gtx 970, but as the title says, it's not working. Fans aren't spinning, I get ''no signal'' but the ''MSI'' text lights up on the card.
I tried to install drivers etc. By connecting my pc screen to my motherboard, but I can't install nvidia, because it says it can't find the graphics card. When I go to see the drivers, all I can see is ''VGA'', and when I try to install it, it installs intel 4000 drivers for some reason...
I've put the card in the PCI-E slot (which I only have one of, other is PCI, and I've made sure it really fits and stays there etc.).
I'll put my specs here, in case:
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3570K CPU @ 3.40GHz
Video Card: AMD Radeon R7 200 Series (current)
Memory: 8.1 GB
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Edition Service Pack 1 (build 7601), 64-bit
have you plugged in the extra power cord ....the 970 needs extra power to work !
should be a power lead with pci-e coming from your power supply, plug it into the graphics card and it will work !! .
hi again ....
"yes i have ,as i wrote "
your motherboard has 2 pci-e slots and 2 pci slots (ms 7798) not one ....
here is a vid of how to install a graphics card ,its not your specific card
but the process is the same ,might give you an idea of the process.
click here it helps...