Hardware :: Nvidia 8800 Gts - Card Stop Displaying On Screen - Make A Fan Sound Like If Was Overheated

May 7, 2009

HP Pavilion Media Center a1430n Desktop PC
Athlon 64 X2 (T) 3800+ 2.0 GHz
Asus A8N-LA chipset GeForce 6150 LE
1 gB of RAM

Video Graphics: integrated
Hipro hp-d3057f3r max out put 300w

Here is the problem fist i had a 8800gt installed it work fine until one time the card stop displaying on my screen and the card would make a fan sound like if was over heated......but my integrated still displays... ok then i send the card to my provider so it can be replace.. so they send me a 8800gts .... and i installed and deleted the old drives and even upgrade my bios .... but still happen like it happen whit the 8800gt it wont display any thing on my screen and also is making the same fan sound of the 8800gt ....

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