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Operating System Not Found?

The Little Guy

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Very odd indeed.


Sounds dumb, but make sure when you install the card, that you are not pulling on any data cables or things like that.


Are you getting any POST (Power-On Self Test)? If you are getting one, then the hardware is working correctly.


Install the graphics card again, but this time open up the BIOS and check that the boot settings have not changed for any reason. 


Have you updated the BIOS's firmware?


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uh...yeah...I'm kinda wondering how you managed to reverse a SATA cable... and why were you touching that in the first place?  graphics card don't have nothin' to do with your HDD...


Possibly took it out whenever installing the card (I know I had to with longer cards.) Then when putting it back in, didn't push it in all the way - thus not making a connection.


Or TLG was bored and swapped all the connections. :P

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