Normally if a machine just powers off after a few minutes just in desktop of windows I would check the cpu cooler and re-seat it. I have seen pc's do this before and it usually turns out to be the cpu over heating and going into shutdown to protect from damage. Also lines on the screen would indicate a gpu problem (or bad driver).... now
considering you maybe either have 2 faults... pc shutdown and lines on the screen then this can be a power supply issue esp if your gpu uses a pci-e power plug ?
If you have a psu tester (cheap off ebay) you could rule out the psu to start with. If you have some heat-sink compound then maybe reseat the cpu cooler to rule that out so at least you can narrow it down then before you blame the gpu.
You need to describe the fault more clearly. Does the pc not power up when you say it wont start ? Do you mean windows won't start. Does it bluescreen from windows desktop or when you try to install a gpu driver or just go corruption on screen after a few minutes and power off ? It does seem more like a hardware issue tbh.
Hello, so I'll try to describe my problem more clearly .. What happens is this whenever I install the driver for my video card before completing the installation the computer off (not for heating) and the installation is not completed. When I can complete the installation appear lines / Risk on the screen and the computer shuts down and then will not turn over, the only way to be able to take is to restore the image of the windows and pulling out the card's driver.
And yes it uses the plug PCI-E ..
Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
8,00GB Dual-Channel DDR3
Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. GA-78LMT-USB3 (Socket M2)
R7 260X Series 2gb
If you have writing mistakes, sorry I'm from Brazil and I'm fluent English so I have to use google translator
i don't have english fluent **
ok... So I would download and run ddu (from guru3d) to completely remove the amd drivers.
I would also try using older version of the drivers. Try one a few versions back. If it fails and normal boot no longer works you should not need to keep restoring a clone. You should be able to boot in safe mode (f8) and run ddu to clean the drivers out before trying something else.
Your motherboard has built in gpu since that board has a dvi/vga output.
Make sure the onboard GPU it is completely disabled in bios and you are not running dual mixed gpu mode conflicting with your pci-e card. I know some bios automatically turn off built in gpu if they detect pci-e graphics card but I have a friend who runs an i5 setup and his board does not turn off the built in gpu but leaves it active along with the pci-e one.
You could if you suspect your amd card is at fault, remove it and use the built in gpu on your motherboard and run with that for a few hours to rule out everything else.
Unfortunately it did not work :\
I WHAT spoke, I took all of AMD, installed older drivers (4 to be exact) but has the same thing not complete installation, and when complete is with scratches on the screen and the computer restarts and is an infinite loop to remove the driver video card...
Thanks for the help anyway
Windows Update. Your computer must be fully updated, including any Service Packs and the relevant "Optional" updates which include the AMD required
.netframework and C++ upgrades. This must be done before attempting to install any AMD driver. Also, disable anti-virus/anti-malware/ad blocker, etc. while downloading or installing the drivers.
Can you maybe use the built in graphics card on your motherboard. Looks like your board has DVI. At least it gets you running until you can test the card in another PC.
If your system has been working fine esp with the older drivers and it no longer does even after a full driver clean install then I would be looking at testing the card in another pc or trying to loan any other card to test it on your board at least. Sometimes it pays to keep hold of your old video card or buy a very cheap spare to help with testing.