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VIDeo CARD not working

Im using a geforce4 mx440 on my p4vmm2 motherboard.

i tried geforce fx5000 in and it does not work, only the cpu fan is running. theres no beep the monitor does not open.

i tried the vga in other computer and it works just fine

is there a compatibility isssue on p4vmm2 and fx5000 vga???
or i just 4got something like jumper settings or bios configuration??

any help will do.. tnx

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You will need drivers for the FX5000 first, disable the driver for the one your using, shut down and then install the new FX5000, boot up and wait until the VGA comes on, it can take several mins sometimes.

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