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So I recently purchased the invida geforce gtx 470 graphics card right? Well I replaced it in my desktop and it just says power enablign safe mode..

 

But in my screen resolution it says I still have my old one or something:

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I've tried installing the new driver, but it says it is up to date

 

Any ideas? YES IT IS PUT IN RIGHT, I promise. I even took it out and hooked the old one up and it works fine

 

??

Trying to make it able to play a game

 

I don't have enough dedicated ram

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I even bought DRiveragent and ran it, nothing happened, so I returned it. What do I do lol.. I'm not tech savvy


Also ---- If you can help me, I can pay you

 

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First off, you want to uninstall the current driver.

1. Find "Device Manager"

(if you can't find it just tell me what version of windows you're running)

2. Go to display driver > find the name of the display graphics card

3. Right click > uninstall that driver.

4. Restart

Then, go here and have it automatically search for the correct driver;

http://www.geforce.com/drivers

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First off, you want to uninstall the current driver.

1. Find "Device Manager"

(if you can't find it just tell me what version of windows you're running)

2. Go to display driver > find the name of the display graphics card

3. Right click > uninstall that driver.

4. Restart

Then, go here and have it automatically search for the correct driver;

http://www.geforce.com/drivers

All praise tech jesus

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