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No display with AGP card

When I plug an AGP card in, I get no display from the onboard outlet and only vertical stripes from the card socket.
Do I have to disable the onboard first?
Please help

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I had a similar problem , i changed a setting in the bios.
if you know how to get into and around the bios menus then you may find the relevant setting , i
hope this helps

Posted on May 15, 2009

Re Instal the video Card

that what i thinksss

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