Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by emiltoma78, May 25, 2012.
i will post a image of my gpu card what is wrong?
Have some patience please. Don't double post. Wait for an answer and it won't come immediately.
it looks like your nvidia driver isn't loading properly.
gpuz reads the default clocks from the bios, which is ok.
the card itself is detected properly in gpuz, too, because gpu name, revision and transistors are correct.
have you tried reinstlaling the nvidia driver?
Are your system spec's up to date? If Yes; have you uninstalled the ATI HD 3450?
atb (all the best)
i installed all the drivers. only the motherboard not.because i do not find drivers.my cd that come with motherboard only have the xp drivers.
i reinstalled nvidia drivers but the device dont start and have error 43.
Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43)
One of the drivers controlling the device notified the operating system that the device failed in some manner.
If you have already run the Troubleshooting Wizard, you might want to check the hardware documentation for more information about diagnosing the problem.
Source - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310123
nb: I will ask once more, are you trying to run two VGA cards? one in AGP and one in PCIe as in your system specs
no only one card
Is this enabled in the system bios?
To enter bios
Look for this setting
as you will see it needs to be set to PCI-E VGA
Edit: you will need to save changes and exit for them to take effect
its set like pci e lite.i see the image and my pci busmastering its enabled.i must to be disabled or?in image pci ide busmaster its disabled.
disabling the busmastering or not to play with that setting?
this is O.K
my bad EDIT Leave this set to enabled
Press F10 to save changes and ESC to exit
allow PC to re-boot into windows and then check GPU-Z once more
@emiltoma78, you duplicated the issue - here -
nb: to an admin please could you merge this post; thank you
I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM CODE 43 LIKE YESTERDAY
I do not now what to do?i step on all fixes but its likely to find something.
Go here - http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Downloads/Downloads_list.aspx?MenuID=61&LanID=8 select; Advanced Search for Downloads / enter Product Category [motherboard]- Product Name [Socket 775 (Intel)] - Model [PT880PRO-A]- Version [V1.0A] select Magnifying Glass - Select MANUAL [Download Site]
Read Manual for your motherboard pay special attention to Page 22
Note: The [NVIDIA GT 440 PCIe 2.0 compliant] is not on this list of supported and tested VGA cards
The PT 880 PRO-A is PCIE 1.0A compliant, this (may) be the issue!
Make sure you have the latest drivers for your motherboard installed
Uninstall the Nvidia Forceware drivers [ Follow this guide by erocker http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52502 ]
power down your PC - remove the NVIDIA GT 440 from the motherboard and then reseat it (push it back in to the PCIe slot)
boot your PC and then reinstall the Nvidia Forceware Driver
likely ill done all of this.i came back to my ati hd 3450.this card work like charm no conflicts.
i think the gt 440 its defected.i think the seller give me a broken card.
that card work the gt 440 dont.I WILL NEVER BUY A NVIDIA GRAPHIC CARD.THEY SUCK WITH THE DRIVERS AND DO NOT OFFER ANY SOLUTIONS OR HOTFIXES.
For law2.other my hd 3450 is compliant pci express 2.0 and working beautiful.
Why one card work and the other dont?thats im questioning
My bios is ultimate 03/08/2006.thats ecs latest bios .ill think to bought a new motherboard.give me one advice and price for the board.
Please stop double and tripple posting; use the edit button; thank you
- This RMA your card or return to the seller for refund or new card
Not True Nvidia Drivers are among the best supported
"Law-II this (may) be the issue!" This - RMA your card or return to the seller for refund or new card
"the gt 440 dont work" it is defective RMA
you will need to look at the reviews for a compatible motherboard as the hardware you are running is not that up to date if you want compatibility - make sure it is x16 PCIe 2.0 compliant for VGA
Best of luck
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