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    Salam,

    i have del precision 490 i buyed it 1 month ago one a day i want to launch a dvd cd and i have cd room in my pc i pick up pc and take it down and open a pc case then i put out cd room and installed dvd start the pc but now my pc starting with this error no dell loading comming only this error comming on top left on screen and pc restart this error "vt-x1550pci356"

    like this
    Ati Radeon x1550 Problem-black-jpg


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    Default Re: Ati Radeon x1550 Problem

    Some of the X1550 cards required power directly from the psu. Does yours, and if so did it come disconnected when you put the DVD player in?
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    Default Re: Ati Radeon x1550 Problem

    its not a Dvd room problem may be

    i re add the cd room now but error is comming on start and pc restart

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    Default Re: Ati Radeon x1550 Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    Some of the X1550 cards required power directly from the psu. Does yours, and if so did it come disconnected when you put the DVD player in?
    Does you gfx card require power? Check that you didn't disconnect the power cable going to the gfx card from your psu
    #1 - Please, when seeking help, enter the make and model of ALL parts that your system is comprised of in your Signature, or at least the model #'s in your System Specs, then "Save' it.
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    #3 - Please use the eXtreme Outer Vision Power Supply Calculator found HERE to determine if it might be your PSU at issue.
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    Default Re: Ati Radeon x1550 Problem

    i did not find any graphic card power Cable :/

    this is my motherboard
    Ati Radeon x1550 Problem-gu083_f_compeve-jpg

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    Default Re: Ati Radeon x1550 Problem

    The motherboard doesn't have the graphics card power cable, the power supply (PSU) for your entire case does.

    If your graphics card does require power, you will need to plug a cable from the power supply into the socket on your video card.

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    Default Re: Ati Radeon x1550 Problem

    Ati Radeon x1550 Problem-img0015a-jpg

    thats my graphic card may be its not need Power From psu

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    Default Re: Ati Radeon x1550 Problem

    I don't think that particular model of the X1550 you show in the pic above req's power. At least I can't see from any pic's posted on the 'net that it does.

    From here I can't say why it's displaying "vt-x1550pci256" on the screen and not proceeding past it.

    Honestly, if re-seating the X1550 and the memory don't correct this I'd think it best to take it to a local computer repair shop and have them take a look.

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