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make sure that the graphic card is compatible with your mother board
remove a blanking panel from the back of the pc and a side panel
find the correct slots for the graphic board and insert in into place
fix the end section in place to the pc using the screw
turn on the pc
if there is a cd for the card insert it , otherwise the computer will see the graphic card and set up the driver for it
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(Hey, happens! Sometimes in our zealousness to see what that baby will do, we mess up a little)

2) Did you install the Drivers? First?

These will be on the installation disk that comes with the graphics card.
Recommend installing the software from the disk FIRST, then turn the computer off, unplug from power, install the graphics card.

3) Does the graphics card require additional power?

Some graphics cards will not receive enough power, from the graphics expansion slot they are inserted into.

[Gateway GM5084 uses a PCI Express x16 slot, for best graphics.

http://support.gateway.com/s/PC/R/1009054/1009054nv.shtml

(Left-click on Specifications]

Some powerful graphics cards require additional power cables from the Power Supply.

Post in a Comment.

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sounds like the monitor aint supporting the graphics card, do you see your boot menu when you turn on the pc, have you tried booting up in safe mode and removing drivers and restarting then installing drivers. try a differnt monitor, make sure your bios settings are corect for that card, hope these few things help

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