Display, USB and Sound not working when GPU is inserted.[GPU - XFX R7770]

Adarsh_Gujurati

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So I recently decided to reassemble my PC after my boards. It so happened that when I inserted my GPU, i.e XFX R7770 into the CPU, my sound, display and mouse (I use Logitech G300 which has lights on it) stopped working. Now I tried to run the PC on integrated GPU and everything was running perfectly. Any suggestion on troubleshooting?
My GPU was running perfectly for more than a year without any errors, it was only after that I reassembled my PC.

My System Specs:
1.Motherboard- Asus F2A55-M LK2 PLUS (FM2 )
2.GPU - XFX R7770 (DVI Port)
3.Monitor - Acer P166HQL (VGA port)
4. PSU- VIP GOLD 500
I guess that should be enough.

*Edit* :USB is working fine now, my PC is not detecting the GPU.
 
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Adarsh_Gujurati

Right off the assembly line
The USB is now working fine however now I still cannot seem to get any picture on my monitor when I connect my GPU with VGA on the other hand it works fine with my integrated GPU.
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Update your Bios to the latest bios.

F2A55-M LK PLUS BIOS 6701
Improve system stability.

The above is the latest bios. Update to it and check your system then.
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
1st change your PSU to Antec VP450P @ 2.6k then update your bios to the latest bios. I have a VGA to DVI convertor adapter which I will send to you if you want. Please PM me your address.Ok.

After I send you the above adapter use a DVI-D cable to connect to your GPU it will give better resolutions.Ok.


VGA to DVI convertor adapter like this one:

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Adarsh_Gujurati

Right off the assembly line
1st change your PSU to Antec VP450P @ 2.6k then update your bios to the latest bios. I have a VGA to DVI convertor adapter which I will send to you if you want. Please PM me your address.Ok.

After I send you the above adapter use a DVI-D cable to connect to your GPU it will give better resolutions.Ok.


VGA to DVI convertor adapter like this one:

zgOHvx6.jpg

Mate I use the same adapter, and I don't think so that it is my PSU's fault because I have been using it for well over a year without any hiccups. However I need to update my bios.

Edit: Is there some way to check power consumption?

Edit 2: I did some poking around and found that my SM Bus controller have not been installed.
 
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bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Mate I use the same adapter, and I don't think so that it is my PSU's fault because I have been using it for well over a year without any hiccups. However I need to update my bios.

Edit: Is there some way to check power consumption?


Download your latest Bios from here:Motherboards | F2A55-M LK PLUS | ASUS Global
You can use this to check your power consumption:eXtreme Power Supply Calculator - The only power supply calculator trusted by PSU manufacturers and computer enthusiasts
 
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Adarsh_Gujurati

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I hit two new road blocks.

1.When I tried to update my BIOS via flash tool in BIOS, it shows an error message which reads "Failed to securely load bios".
2. I cannot boot in normal mode after I uninstalled my integrated GPU drivers, windows is stuck on a black screen after loading up, no cursor or anything.
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
[h=2]How to Enable or Disable Secure Boot[/h]
This article only applies to: Windows 8 Desktops

Secure Boot is a feature designed to prevent malicious software and unauthorized media from loading during the boot process. This option is enabled by default, but can be turned off in UEFI / BIOS.
Select your Windows 8 device and use the following steps to change the Secure Boot setting:



Bootable media from previous versions of Windows may not be recognized by your Windows 8 desktop. You can change the Secure Boot setting and it should recognize the bootable device.

  1. Completely shut down your computer.
  2. Power on the system. As soon as the first logo screen appears, immediately press Delete to enter UEFI / BIOS.
  3. Use the right arrow key to select Authentication.
  4. With Secure Boot highlighted, press Enter and then the down arrow to select Disabled.
  5. Use the right arrow key to select Boot Options.
  6. With Launch CSM highlighted, press Enter and use the down arrow to select Always.
  7. Press Enter.
  8. Press the F10 key to save changes and restart the system.
 
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Adarsh_Gujurati

Right off the assembly line
Did not work, my OS is windows 7 32 bit.
This is getting irritating.

- - - Updated - - -

Fixed my windows, however still cannot solve my GPU problem.

My first os was win8 but I was not comfortable with it, now should I reinstall win 8? I still have windows.old for win 8.
 

topgear

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Mate I use the same adapter, and I don't think so that it is my PSU's fault because I have been using it for well over a year without any hiccups. However I need to update my bios.

Edit: Is there some way to check power consumption?

Edit 2: I did some poking around and found that my SM Bus controller have not been installed.

VIP is not a great or even very good PSU maker so you really should change the PSU. If you are still reluctant check the gpu at a friend's place. On some rare occasions a gpu will work on PC-A but not PC-B even if you have all the right equipment for it. Have seen this happening twice.
 

bssunilreddy

Chosen of the Omnissiah
Did not work, my OS is windows 7 32 bit.
This is getting irritating.

- - - Updated - - -

Fixed my windows, however still cannot solve my GPU problem.

My first os was win8 but I was not comfortable with it, now should I reinstall win 8? I still have windows.old for win 8.

1st you need to change your PSU to at least to Antec VP450P @ 2.5k then install all drivers that came in the Asus Drivers disk with respect to your Windows 7 32bit OS.
 
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Adarsh_Gujurati

Right off the assembly line
Yeah I think it's time to send it for maintenance, anyways I also tried to install the drivers from the disk and it didn't work unfortunately. Guess I need to give it to a pro.
 
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