Windows 10: Install EVGA GTX 1050ti, black screen upon boot

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  1.    17 Oct 2017 #11

    Still a no-go. I've boxed the card for a return. Thanks for your feedback. Perhaps I've a faulty card. I may try another.
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  2.    19 Oct 2017 #12

    I just installed the same card with no problems. Did you set the BIOS to initialize the PCI-E output first? If not, your motherboard might be using the onboard GPU.

    Can you see the BIOS screen using the new card or is it just Windows which give the black screen? If the latter, use the onboard GPU or your old GPU and remove all old video drivers using this https://www.guru3d.com/files-details...-download.html
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  3.    19 Oct 2017 #13

    Thanks Steve, actually I did not get a "black" screen as my initial post stated, I got a "blank" screen. At any rate, my XPS 9100 has an I7 930 CPU with no onboard GPU. I did delete the drivers on the old GPU (AMD 5750) using the Device Manager; however, I did not think to look for any "old drivers." I returned the 1050TI; however, I'm still pretty sure this card will work in this XPS 9100 and after a bit more research I'd like to purchase it again. My PSU has a 6pin connector and maybe I should try the 1050 version that requires the connection. I guess it could be that I had a bad card, but I think that is unlikely. This XPS 9100 is old but it's still pretty robust & this 1050TI really hits the sweet spot for me for price & performance - I really want to pull it all together. Thanks for your feedback, and enjoy your 1050 TI.
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  4.    24 Oct 2017 #14

    I couldn't get the EVGA 1050 TI to work and returned it. I then ordered an ASUS 1050 TI and I installed it and was up an running in a matter of minutes. I suspect my EVGA card may have been DOA.
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  5.    24 Oct 2017 #15

    mitaek said: View Post
    I couldn't get the EVGA 1050 TI to work and returned it. I then ordered an ASUS 1050 TI and I installed it and was up an running in a matter of minutes. I suspect my EVGA card may have been DOA.
    Bad luck - EVGA products are usually good.
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  6.    06 Jun 2018 #16

    Update the BIOS


    Steve C said: View Post
    Bad luck - EVGA products are usually good.
    I had the same problem last year. The BIOS needs an update. I took my MSI board (circa 2013) from A04 to A1D (yes, that's a number) and it worked no problems. Just installed another on a client's PC today, and same deal with Dell Precision PC circa 2013.
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