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Bought agp video card x1550 256mb ddr 2 by visonek not working freezes at bio

Ok i have new asrock 775vm800 motherboard in a barebones system i bought it has 1 4x/8x agp slot plus onboard video and i installed a visontek x1550 256mb ddr2 agp 8x video card it freezes in bios when its about to detect the ide drives error code bottom left hand screen 0078 i installed a pci 9200 radeon works fine why cant i use my dam 85$ video card i bought this board was supposed to be in the 4xor8x compatibility ive read online owneres manual no help there

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  • skinnypim210 Oct 14, 2008

    also i tried to disable onboards video in bios >>>>>cons>>>has no option>>>so i disabled the onboard video in device manager and still same problem

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Hi skinnypim210,

Did you buy the visontek x1550 256 ddr 2 agp 8 x video card your self or is it attached already in the mother board you bought? Coz if you buy the original one, it should be mother board only.
Here are my analysis to your problem:
1. The visontek video card which is agp is not possible to be compatible to *********** board. If you just key in your product online the compatible video card is really PCI video cards. it is really dam video card for now. But may be you can re sell it for those motherboard owners that has agp slots.
2. The speed of the video cards are the same but we are talking here of compatibilities.

I hope you're enlighted. just rate my solution so that I will know if you have solved the problem.

Thank you,

jonags3@mail.com

Posted on Nov 28, 2008

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Hi skinny! that problem is you have a 775VM800 which is only compatible with agp ddr video card not ddr2. you need to buy an adapter with max of 256 bit. here, i'm using inn3D G-force fx 5500ddr 256 (128 bit) and it works perfectly. just e-mail if you have to asks something. coolwayne71623@gmail.com.

God Speed!

Posted on Dec 03, 2008

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