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Installing AGP card

I have on-board video on my computer.
How I can instal 1.5V AGP card?

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  • ikolenchenko Sep 08, 2008

    Thanks for answer.
    What happend if AGP card not working, and will be no signal
    on monitor, which plug to AGP? can I plug in to
    motherboard video to see Bios?


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Once you turn on the computer, you need to go ointo the bios and disable onboard video and put it to init agp first.

After that turn it off, unplug computer, press and hold power button in for 10 secs to discharge any remaining electrical charge, then open it up and put in the agp card, plug the monitor into it, replug in the comptuer and off you go.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

  • Daniel Jenkins
    Daniel Jenkins Sep 08, 2008

    I'm confused, you rated this before you tryed my advise? Please rerate after you ACTUALLY try the solution.



    Just hope that the agp inits and you get a display. The only plug that fits on the board, it should be closest to the cpu.



    Are you sure you should be working on computers?

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