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Problem with asrock p4i45 mother board reading agp card correctly

I have a geforce nvidia 6600 gt... the asrock agi support list reckognizes the card as one that is supported. but the card stays in pci mode... wont go into agp mode no matter what i have tried. i have downloaded and updated the mobo drivers and installed intel inf drivers... i have installed the latest force ware drivers.. (which had a problem with displaying video) (had to resort to old force ware drivers to correct that problem.) it bothers me, because i installed a program which stated that the mother board doesnt support the features of the card... but asrock.com states that the card IS supported and that everything should work fine.

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    same graphics card, same problem.. anyone got an idea?

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Did you try changing it through your BIOS? Most motherboards with AGP have an option in the BIOS to switch between PCI mode and AGP mode. If this doesn't work, send an e-mail to asrock.com stating the problem and see if they have a patch for it.

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I have the same problem... but mine is a 775i65GV from Asrock and my 6600GT also runs in PCI mode only. I already emailed them with regards to this problem and all they said was that the OS itself is misreporting the card to be in PCI mode. I even reformatted my PC and still its on PCI mode. I really doubt what they said about the OS and softwares misreporting it because FastWrites and SideBand Addressing are also turned off when using RivaTuner and SiSoft Sandra. I guess the best option would be to just sell this board on e-bay and buy a better one. :-( I guess Asrock pulled a fast one on me

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    Dear sir i list my cd agp m # 6600/agp 256 mb


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