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First of all that motherboard is too weak to fully use that video card, you could get the same framerate in games using a video card 2 generations older.
Proper way of installing a new card: 1. uninstall the driver of the old one and reboot in BIOS - in there put all settings to auto; 2. shutdown the pc and install the new card; connect the monitor to it; 3. boot into BIOS, disable the onboard video card and reboot; 4. boot normally and install the driver.
On board video memory cannot be upgraded, since it is on board. However, you can upgrade your video by buying a 256mb video card and have it installed. When buying, ask your supplier for the software driver installer CD, In this manner, you can immediately install this driver to your PC and get it working immediately. But, remember this, you have to disable the on board video through the Device Manager, under the Systems at the Control Panel. To activate your new video card, Use the Add Hardware at the Control Panel.
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first install the video card in the pci slot first so that you have access to your monitors screen for you to disable the on board video chip or video card, go to the CMOS setup by pressing del key. once there you can browse through the CMOS setup to disable the on board video chip.
use unidentified device drivers (download) it searches for all drivers needed on motherboard locate video driver info note name and number do a search for them download install. the above program has helped me alot to find unknown drivers
It sounds like it's a problem with the video card, as opposed to a problem with the monitor. If you have another machine, or a laptop, or a friend with a laptop you can find out - just plug it into the other machine, and if the problem goes away, it's the video card. If not, it's the monitor.
While the card may be bad (if it has a dead fan, and has overheated) you will probably need to replace it. But if may just be loose, assuming it is a and on video card and not an onboard one. If it is an onboard video, you can usually disable it and put in an add on video card, which would resolve the issue as well.
If you have configured it to be the secondary video adapter in the bios, then it will not work as it has to be set as the primary graphics.
the bios will still be looking for your AGP graphics card as the primary and bypass your on board graphics.
If you need to use on board graphics, right click the graphics card in properties>hardware>device manager and select dissable or uninstall.