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    Default Sudden problem with Z77 Pro-M?

    Hi,

    I have a EVGA 760 SC in a small HTPC next to TV. Yesterday decided to try it on another PC which used to work with its onboard VGA. Everything worked great and then returned the card to the initial HTPC. The card is not working in this PC no matter what!! The motherboard of the HTPC is a 277 Pro-M.

    I have tried the following:
    1) Clear the CMOS
    2) Tried several PCI slots
    3) Tried the onboard VGA of HTPC and works fine
    4) Tried the EVGA again on the other PC and works fine
    5) Changed the power plug with another (!!)

    Any other ideas??
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    Default re: Sudden problem with Z77 Pro-M?

    Can't find any information on a "277 Pro-M" board, need more information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannis76 View Post
    Hi, I have a EVGA 760 SC in a small HTPC next to TV. Yesterday decided to try it on another PC which used to work with its onboard VGA. Everything worked great and then returned the card to the initial HTPC. The card is not working in this PC no matter what!! The motherboard of the HTPC is a 277 Pro-M. I have tried the following: 1) Clear the CMOS 2) Tried several PCI slots 3) Tried the onboard VGA of HTPC and works fine 4) Tried the EVGA again on the other PC and works fine 5) Changed the power plug with another (!!) Any other ideas??
    Sorry to sound foolish, but I have seen small mistakes so just wanted to make sure with your Z77. If you tried the onboard VGA, you didn't say you then "disabled" the onboard and enabled settings to the PCI-E in BIOS. You stated one power plug, if the card has two power ports, it requires both ports to be used. Remember, you asked for any ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by odiebugs View Post
    Sorry to sound foolish, but I have seen small mistakes so just wanted to make sure with your Z77...
    OMG, what am I thinking, but a '2' and a 'Z' are quite a huge typo!!

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    That's what you get for parting all night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannis76 View Post
    Hi,

    I have a EVGA 760 SC in a small HTPC next to TV. Yesterday decided to try it on another PC which used to work with its onboard VGA. Everything worked great and then returned the card to the initial HTPC. The card is not working in this PC no matter what!! The motherboard of the HTPC is a 277 Pro-M...
    Quote Originally Posted by odiebugs View Post
    That's what you get for parting all night.
    True, but whom was out partying all night, me or the OP?

    Sorry, but I can't change a 2 into a Z, I'm a computer nerd, things must be right, exactly right! When one bit can be the difference between run or crash, do you want your data kinda right?

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    Default re: Sudden problem with Z77 Pro-M?

    Thank you all

    The typo occurred because of the Samsung Spen :-)
    The motherboard Is the Z 77 Pro 4-M ASRock > Z77 Pro4-M

    Yes I had connected both plugs to the card.
    Regarding the disable of the onboard VGA there is no such option. You can only give priority to the PCIe or the onboard graphics. What I am planning to try is a Bios update of the motherboard In case it is corrupted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    True, but whom was out partying all night, me or the OP?

    Sorry, but I can't change a 2 into a Z, I'm a computer nerd, things must be right, exactly right! When one bit can be the difference between run or crash, do you want your data kinda right?
    Not you, you're a little angel, smokey the angel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yannis76 View Post
    Thank you all

    The typo occurred because of the Samsung Spen :-)
    The motherboard Is the Z 77 Pro 4-M ASRock > Z77 Pro4-M

    Yes I had connected both plugs to the card.
    Regarding the disable of the onboard VGA there is no such option. You can only give priority to the PCIe or the onboard graphics. What I am planning to try is a Bios update of the motherboard In case it is corrupted.
    Do you have a volt meter, if so you can check both the plugs you use for the card.

    Remember only slot 1 is Gen 3, and needs to be used for single card.

    Are you using DVI, HDMI, have you changed the settings on the monitor if you are using HDMI ?

    Make sure that you don't have anything plugged into the I/O panel regarding GRAPH, such as VGA, HDMI, DVI, noting plugged in.

    Just to refresh, Set primary to PCI-E, DISABLE Share Memory,, DISABLE IGPU multi, save settings.

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    Default Re: Sudden problem with Z77 Pro-M?

    Thread title changed from 277 Pro-M to Z77 Pro-M.

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