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AGP card 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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Yes, if the AGP video card has failed then there will be no display on the monitor. Try reseating the AGP card first as that is a common problem. If you have a PCI video card you could use that to check your BIOS. For the second asker, Guest, you download the drivers from the ASUS website.

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How to add second monitor on ECS RS482-M


Doesn't work that way Max.

You can use EITHER the OnBoard Graphics,
OR;
the Add-On Card graphics. (Graphics card)

BIOS will NOT support both at the same time.

If you wish to use dual monitors, get an AGP card that has more than one graphics port on it.

For example, although I'm using a graphics card based on the PCI Express technology, and not AGP technology; my card has a VGA port, DVI port, and HDMI port.

1) VGA Connector; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_Connector

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Male_VGA_connector.jpg


2) DVI; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Visual_Interface

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Dvi-cable.jpg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Visual_Interface#Connector

3) HDMI; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI

I use the VGA port, and the DVI port.

RCA EN-V L26HD31, (26 inch HDTV) to the VGA port.
HP 2009M 20 inch Widescreen monitor to the DVI port.

Had to install drivers for HP 2009M.

Let's say I had two DVI ports on the graphics card.
(ATI Radeon HD5450 is the graphics card I have)

But I have a monitor with a VGA cable, and a monitor with a DVI cable.
I would (And have) use a VGA to DVI Adapter.
One example,

http://www.directron.com/dvi.html

Note that the DVI is Male, and the VGA is Female.
The graphics card DVI connector is Female.
The VGA Cable connector is Male.

So.............what is the manufacturer name, and model number of the graphics card; plus what type of monitors are you trying to use?
That is, what type of monitor cables do they have?

Know this;
My HDTV I'm using as a monitor is Digital. However I'm using a VGA cable on it. Best quality would be achieved if I got off my lazy rear, and attached a DVI Cable to it. It uses both.

VGA is Analog. A computer however puts out a digital video signal.
The computer has to convert the digital video signal to an Analog one. This slows the video signal down, and the quality is not as good.

Best to use a digital monitor. (Or a digital monitor WITH a digital cable. DVI Cable. Such as I need to do)

You are also using a PCI Express graphics card, NOT an AGP graphics card.

I'm wrong? OK.

In the meantime turn the computer off, unplug from power, and yank that AGP card out of the slot you put it in.

Tell me what expansion slot on the motherboard you put it in.

The Orange expansion slot on the motherboard, is a PCI-Express x16 slot. Uses a PCI Express graphics card -> ONLY

The white expansions slots are PCI.
Can use a PCI graphics card. CANNOT use an AGP graphics card.

Post back in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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Feb 18, 2013 | DFI 661GX-MLV SIS661GX CHIPSET SOCKET775...

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No display on monitor & if ram open and restart on then no sound on buzzer.


*Please Read full post before trying Also download the Online manual for this motherboard it takes only a minute and probably will answer a lot of questions you might have regarding *********** Board.*

Um... i am assuming your able to still see the display on the monitor if you plug your monitor into the on board video card. I am also assuming that the problem your talking about accursed when you plug in a video card into *********** board and then plug your monitor into that video card. I am also assuming your graphics card that you want to plug into *********** board is a AGP slot card.

If both of these conditions apply to you then try this.

Start your computer with your on board graphics card and unplug any other graphics card form *********** board.
Next go into your bios, and follow these instructions:

Go to "Advanced", "Chipset", And then "AGP configuration".

Next change your "Select AGP 3.0 Data Ratio" to "4X".

Next change your "Graphics Adapter Priority" to "AGP/Int-VGA"
*make sure its set to" AGP/Int-VGA" or your display will not work and you will need to reset your bios via the mother boards jumper cables.*

After that hit esc and go to "Exit" select "Exit

Sep 24, 2010 | ASUS K8S-MX Motherboard

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Lights and Fan are working, but no beep.


First open cpu cabinet.
Then refix RAM memory.
Pull cmos cell for 10 minutes so all settings of motherbord are defaults.
Then pull porcessor fan and processor clean dust from all chip and parts.
Remove pci cards from pci slot then check.
Let me know if you need more assistanse.
Thanks.

Sep 21, 2009 | EliteGroup P4M800PRO-M2 (V2.0) Motherboard

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AGP problem


you need to uninstall addon card


Jan 06, 2009 | ASUS P4S8X-MX Motherboard

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Don't give any signal at monitor


I mentioned this for someone else with this mb. you can only use a 1.5v (V= Volt) agp video card, older agp video cards are 3.3v (anything new today or in the last 5-6 years is 1.5v) a 3.3v agp video card will permenently damage this motherboard! and some are incorrectly "keyed" for the slot (the last remaining run before the 1.5v turnover) 

Funny thing is they recently introduced "universal agp" 3 "keyed" agp video cards. these can be confusing as well because some do have 1.5v and 3.3v capabilitys while others that still have the 3.3v "key" do not, nor will they draw 3.3 volts even if placed in an older 3.3v only slot, just 1.5 volts.

This is a finicky situation, and this motherboard along with many others in its class can leave you with more questions than awnsers in the end the more you seem go searching for them.

I hope you didnt damage your motherboard with the wrong agp card.
and maybe this will help others in the future with the same dilemma.

Aug 02, 2008 | Asrock K7VT4A-Pro Motherboard

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Graphic card problem


Hi BIOS21, I know this much. I know you're motherboard can not use a PCI-Express video card. You're board can not support SLI. I know from looking & reading the manual for the MSI KM4-L you're board supports an AGP video card. I also know some AGP video cards need extra power for them to function. This varies from card to card. You did find an open power port on you're AGP NVIDA 6600 256MG 128bit card. So plug in the power cord. Every AGP card receives power from the AGP port. Enough to run the fan. Depending on the card it may also need more power provided by the system to function. This is you're case. The power connector would not be on the card if it was not needed. Other AGP cards use the same power cord as a floppy drive. (Just so you know).

Mike

Jun 11, 2008 | MSI KM4M-L Motherboard

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Video signal


If it worked fine before the AGP card was removed then the problem is probably related to your BIOS settings. The BIOS setting that controls the integrated video may be set to OFF.
  1. Insert an AGP video card
  2. connect the monitor to the card
  3. boot to BIOS
  4. check settings
  5. turn ON integrated video
  6. save and exit BIOS
  7. shutdown
  8. Remove AGP card
  9. connect monitor to motherboard video port.
  10. Reboot.

What happened?

Jan 26, 2008 | EliteGroup 661FX-M Motherboard

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Video card


actually your computer is working on the onboard video adapter.

1. connect first the monitor to the onboard video card.( do not remove the connected geforce video card.)
2. switch on the computer and press "F2" on new model computer, "Delete" on old model computer.
so that you can enter to bios setup.
3. if bios setup is open; try to find the "AGP bridge configuration"
(some other bios AGP B C is in chipset) by arrow up,down,side left and right) enter.
4. Find " primary graphics adapter"
5. In there, select : If Video card is "pci" connected ; select "pci"
If Video card is "AGP" connected ; select "AGP"
6. press F10 to save and exit the setup.
7. after saving the configuration, disconnect power cord and transfer the monitor to the video card (Gforce). and then connect the ac power cord and then start. or switch on the computer.

Note: be sure to install the drivers of your GFORCE for optimum performance of the card.

hope this help.

Dec 21, 2007 | ASUS P4P800 SE (890552603657) Motherboard

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No video output - Desktop HP minitower Pavilion 6635 - cpu Intel Celerom 533Mhz


Try either a pci or AGP card. On most boards, it will recognize the card without changing anything on the board. Does the hard drive and other components power up? Just the video not working ? If so it is probably the chip on the video, if not it could be a board failure.

Nov 27, 2007 | HP (5064-6630) Motherboard

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