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I HAVE A PAVILLION A250N PC AND MY PCI BUS NO LONGER RECOGNISES ANY OF MY CARDS. THERE IS STILL POWER TO THE BUSS AND MY AGP WORKS FINE.

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Unplug all the USB wires from the back.
Shut down your computer.
Wait 5 min, and Turn on your computer and connect all the wires again.

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Can i put 1gb video card to my RC410m-L


im in the car forum , why is this here?
i truly dont know....... but if true, answers will be hard to find.


that RC4 card is old and slow....
id computers too, and can answer.
the card you have , uses what is called a buss.
what you do is , read the mobo spec for you PC
and find which expansion slots you have.
then match the video card to that slot.
some E-machines (warmart junk) have no slot.
msi page, (home) shows
One PCI Express x 16 slot. (supports PCI Express Bus specification v1.0a compliant)
• One PCI Express x 1 slot. (supports PCI Express Bus specification v1.0a compliant)
• Two 32-bit v2.2 Master PCI bus slots. (support 3.3v/5v PCI bus interface)

so you have these slots.
find a video car that 1 one of those bus, connectors.
and if said video car , needs special, power connectors
your old power supply will not do that. its too old.
go to geek squad, they know the ropes.
ask them for options
better, ask and say why you need to change video on such
an old slow machine.?

Sep 13, 2013 | MSI RC410M-L Motherboard

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How to convert pci slot to agp slon on motherboard


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

CPU = Central Processing Unit.
Another term used is Microprocessor, or simply - Processor, for short.

The motherboard technology in the above diagram, illustrates technology used for a motherboard with an AGP expansion slot.
PCI also, of course.

The Northbridge handles the FASTER capabilities of a computer.
Processor, Ram Memory, and HIGH-speed graphics.

The AGP technology, and the PCI Express technology; are considered HIGH-speed graphics technology.

Anything utilizing the PCI bus; is NOT.

This is to include a graphics card installed in a PCI slot, or using Integrated Graphics, which may be based on the PCI bus.

The Southbridge chip handles the SLOWER capabilities of a computer.

PCI bus,
IDE bus,
SATA bus,
USB bus,
Ethernet,
Audio (Sound)

Therefore Avijt,
1) You would be changing the motherboard design itself,
2) and trying to utilize technology it does not have implemented.

A) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bus_%28computing%29

B) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Local_Bus

C) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AGP

D) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northbridge_%28computing%29

E) http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/AGP-Bus-Tutorial/155

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

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joecoolvette

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Want to know what video card is compatible for compaq presario SR2013 WM


video cards are designed to run on a number of different busses - agp, pci, PCIe, usb, firewire, etc.. The available busses on your computer will determine which cards are compatable with your computer. Other considerations are power and ram requirements. How far any of these can be upgraded will determine the limit of a cards compatablilitiy.

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Why hardware system may require the installation of new hardware components?


Well there's two reasons. One is that software keeps getting more and more complicated. The other is that with the new technologies come new standards that the old pieces don't conform to and therefore won't work with. I'll use graphics cards as an example.

In the beginning, the IBM PC/XT and its clones had 8-bit bus slots. This is where the video card (such as it was) would be plugged in. As time went by, 16-bit computing came to the consumer market with the advent of the IBM AT (Advanced Technology) and the Intel 80286 CPU. The 8-bit slots now were 16-bit slots called ISA. Fortunately, 8-bit cards continued to function in ISA slots but the 16-bit ISA cards outperformed them and so nobody wanted the 8-bit cards anymore. The same thing happened when the industry advanced again with the 32-bit Intel 80386DX and SX. The bus architecture changed to the 32-bit EISA which again was backwards-compatible with ISA. Things changed during the time of the 486 when the VESA standard appeared. It didn't dominate the market because it didn't have time to. EISA was already entrenched and just as VESA started to catch on, a familiar face appeared. The familiar face was PCI, it was introduced just before the original Pentium and was the fastest bus slot ever seen. The PCI slot dominated for awhile but computing got progressively more graphic intensive and the PCI slot couldn't cope because it is a shared bus (All the PCI slots on the motherboard share bandwidth with each other). AGP was introduced in 1997 (AGP 1x) and got progressively faster with 2x, 4x and finally 8x. PCI-Express v1.0 appeared and immediately offered double the bandwidth of AGP. AGP's days were now numbered. PCI-Express v1.0 was upgraded to PCI-Express v1.1 but even that was soon superceded by PCI-Express v2.0 which again doubled the bandwidth over PCI-Express v1.0/1.1. Although PCI-Express v2.0 is completely backwards compatible with previous versions of PCI-Express, it is not compatible with AGP at all which is why new cards were needed for motherboards with PCI-Express. This was true for EISA/VESA - PCI, PCI - AGP and now AGP - PCI-Express. The slot changed to accomodate new techology and so the cards had to change with it. Similar events occurred with every standard in the computer industry and new products had to be used to match the new and more advanced hardware standards. There's your one-time answer. :-)

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I have a hp pavillion a462x with a hp vs19e flat panel monitor. The monitor went black, totally dead. I connected it to another computer and it worked fine. The problem seems to be in the computer. Does...


That could be the video chip if have on board video. I don't know if you have an AGP or PCI slot to add a new video card. The Agp is brown color and always is just one. The PCI are white, and you can have 2, 3 or 4. You can buy some cheap video cards on ebay.

Oct 02, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Installation of graphics card to Philips MT1100 PC


go to control pannel then device manager and when the list generates click on display adapters you should see your current graphics card listed if so right click on it and click properties once in the properties menu look under the general tab and you should see something that says Location: PCI bus 1, device 0, function 0 or something different for the location but since mine is a PCI card it says PCI bus 1, device 0, function 0 if yours is not PCI it will have something other than PCI...

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P4p800-vm pci slot is not recognising the add on card ( TV tuner)


There is no PCI-E slot on this motherboard. It has an AGP 8x slot and 3 PCI slots, but no PCI-E. Therefore, even if you could manage to get the PCI-E card physically into the slot it will never work.

Here is a link to the manual - http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock478/p4p800-vm/e1338_p4p800-vm.pdf

Dec 30, 2008 | ASUS PCI Express Graphic Card

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Graphics Card


It looks like, from Acer's website, that the sa90 has a PCIe-x16 graphics card.

To be sure, let's get this program:
http://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/

Scroll to the bottom for the download link. On the first tab, you'll see Bus interface. That's the type of card you have and the type you should buy to replace yours.

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Confirmation


you have both, 3 pci and one agp 4x.

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The Specifications to your system states that you have Intel Extreme Graphics onboard. Below is a link where you can find manuals and drivers for that card.
http://www.intel.com/products/chipsets/eg2/index.htm

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