How to fix a video card

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Note: This section will be updated as new fixes are found.

This is a place to organize the information, making it easier to find. Please be patient while this section grows into what you can want.

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Check your GPU.

Everything with a fan is OK.

Your video card is fine if the fan is spinning and everything else is working.

If the fan isn’t spinning, but your monitor says it’s working (and it looks like a picture is being output), then you have a problem with one of two things: either the monitor or your card (or both). If a fan doesn’t turn when you press on its front panel, there’s no power going through it. The only way around this problem is to manually turn on/off some part of your computer’s circuitry; however, if that doesn’t help, then we recommend taking this thing back into our shop so we can figure out exactly what went wrong with it.

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Contact the manufacturer.

Contact the store where you purchased the card.

If you bought your video card from a store, ask for a receipt and contact the store. You’ll need to determine if any warranty issues may be causing your problem.

If you installed the card and it’s not working, ensure you’re using the latest driver version for your operating system.

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Contact the manufacturer again.

If you still need help after following the steps above, you may need to contact the manufacturer again. You should find a phone number on the packaging or website of your video card.

If you have tried calling and emailing them but haven’t gotten any response yet, it’s time for some more aggressive measures:

If you still need help with problems, call the manufacturer and see what they say.

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If you still need help with problems, call the manufacturer and see what they say. They may have a few different suggestions for fixing your video card.

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