GTX 550 TI not recognized after storage
I left for deployment and stored my computer while away. Came back after 9 months and now the display only works from the on board. The Geforce isn't even being detected. I tried forcing boot to PCIE on the MB and immediately updated everything I could with my computer. When trying to Update the VC, the software said it could not proceed because it couldn't detect the device. I checked the device manager and there is nothing listed under display adapters other than the standard intel chipset. There are no caution flags on anything and the VC isn't listed under any of the sub categories. Prior to leaving both monitors worked through the graphics card and upon boot after storage, only onboard does. - Windows 10 64 bit - Intel Core i5 - ASUS P8Z77-v LX motherboard - Samsung 200 GB SSD - Thermal Take TR2 RX 850W PS Not sure where to go from here and the original install CD is not usable because it's for windows 7 and earlier. Any help is appreciated
I left for deployment and stored my computer while away. Came back after 9 months and now the display only works from the on board. The Geforce isn't even being detected. I tried forcing boot to PCIE on the MB and immediately updated everything I could with my computer. When trying to Update the VC, the software said it could not proceed because it couldn't detect the device. I checked the device manager and there is nothing listed under display adapters other than the standard intel chipset. There are no caution flags on anything and the VC isn't listed under any of the sub categories. Prior to leaving both monitors worked through the graphics card and upon boot after storage, only onboard does.
- Windows 10 64 bit
- Intel Core i5
- ASUS P8Z77-v LX motherboard
- Samsung 200 GB SSD
- Thermal Take TR2 RX 850W PS

Not sure where to go from here and the original install CD is not usable because it's for windows 7 and earlier. Any help is appreciated

#1
Posted 10/06/2017 05:46 PM   
You might need to physically remove the card and then put back in it's slot. In case of you having knocked something loose while moving it around.
You might need to physically remove the card and then put back in it's slot. In case of you having knocked something loose while moving it around.

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#2
Posted 10/20/2017 04:41 AM   
maybe a microwave exploded nearby and fried it.
maybe a microwave exploded nearby and fried it.



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Video:EVGA Geforce GTX 1080 Founders Edition, NVidia Geforce GTX 1060 Founders Edition
Monitor:ROG PG279Q, BenQ BL2211, Sound:Creative XFI Titanium Fatal1ty Pro
SDD:Crucial MX300 275, Crucial MX300 525, Crucial MX200 250
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Video:EVGA Geforce GTX 680+ 4GB, Palit Geforce GTX 550ti
Monitor:Pending, Sound:Pending
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#3
Posted 10/20/2017 11:13 AM   
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