changed card, monitor doesn't wake up

Discussion in 'Video Cards' started by takoma, Oct 23, 2006.

  1. takoma

    takoma Guest

    pc chips p4 mobo
    intel celeron 2.0ghz
    220w psu
    384 Ram
    windows xp

    attempting to install nvidia mx440 64mb geforce4

    I installed an Nvidia mx440 64mb geforce4 i had laying around, and it
    booted up and ran terrific, ran battlefield vietnam with no hang on
    64pl server. when i attempted to restart the computer, the monitor
    would not wake up.
    upon several tries, i could get it awake and it would subsequently run
    fine. however, any time the system is turned off or restarted, the
    monitor will not wake up, i don't want to leave the system on all
    the time, and would really like to know what is going on with this!

    Any help please?
     
    takoma, Oct 23, 2006
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  2. takoma

    takoma Guest

    will also add that i am aware that the card calls for a 250w psu.
    however, my other system runs a geforce fx5200 with a 200w psu no
    problems ever. perhaps that made me overconfident in low-balling the
    requirements?

    any one with similar monitor-coma issues?
     
    takoma, Oct 23, 2006
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