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K7AMA motherboard and NVIDIA 6200 video card boot problem

I have a ECS K7AMA motherboard which runs good with ATI 7200 video card (4x AGP) under Windows XP.

However, when I upgrade the video card to NVIDIA 6200, sometimes the computer does not boot up. When it does boot up, it takes more than 2 min.to boot. Additionally, when it boots up with normal windows screen, directX 3D test shows no image on the monitor. I have tried all versions of the NVIDIA video card driver from 77.77 to 175.16. All give the similar results.

The NVIDIA 6200 video card is 8x AGP card and compatible with AGP 2.0 specification according to the manufacturer. The K7AMA motherboard has a universal 4x AGP slot.

Does this mean that the K7AMA motherboard does not support 6200 video card? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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