Th3W4spI am using Windows 10 pro. I updated the motherboard a few minutes ago."Is the On Board Video Card Disabled in the Motherboard Bios?""Is the Default Video set to PEG in the Bios or set to the PCIe?"I didn't find the BIOS settings you said. Where is it?
Th3W4spI don't know exactly where to look. I can't find the settings you said in the BIOS.https://i.hizliresim.com/y6gy3M.jpghttps://i.hizliresim.com/nQZvWa.jpg
Th3W4spI think the graphics card is faulty.
ty_ger07On the other hand, since you already replaced the motherboard, its not likely that the new motherboard is also faulty (unless you accidentally damaged the slot during installation), but it is possible that your CPU is faulty and that is why certain slots or PCI-E generations don't work any more. Not likely though. Physical damage to the video card (or motherboard slot) is much more likely.
Th3W4spWhat should I do?The computer does not start at all on when I put the graphics card on the PCI 3.0x16 slot. I didn't find a setting for which slot to use in the BIOS.
SajinI'd try the following... #1 Clear the cmos using the on-board clear cmos jumper. See page 1-8 of the user manual for further details.#2 Set the option "PCIEX16_1 Bandwidth" to x8 mode inside the bios. See page 3-14 of the user manual for more details.
SajinYeah, the online manual explains why it isn't listed. Does your video card run at x8 speed in the second slot, or does it run at x4?
Th3W4spSajinYeah, the online manual explains why it isn't listed. Does your video card run at x8 speed in the second slot, or does it run at x4?PCIE 2.0 x16 (x4 mod)
Sajin Thanks. Do you know if your card is running the same vbios as your older card?