What can I do to install my graphics card correctly?


reformatted hard drive, but had recently put in a new graphics card,on reboot start up computer will only show have a screen I can only read half the writing so i can only go half way through the licensing agreement, it won't let me click on it to continue the licensing process. I tried going into safe mode to install graphic card drivers but it does not show cd rom drive. only floppy. tried to make a copy of cd in a floppy but says disc is not large enough. Any ideas what I can do to fix ths deliema


This question was answered on August 7, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.

There is no need for you to go into safe mode to install your video card Safe mode will only run the default drivers for the PC instead of the drivers for your video card Make sure you have installed your card's drivers properly and then reboot It should work perfectly

The reason why the floppy is not large enough for the CD files is because it only takes from 1 to 2 MB of data CDs can carry up to 700MB of data The amount of data that was on the CD is surpassed the amount of 2MB

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Posted by Shamika of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on August 7, 2004