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If it doesn't start at all, check motherboard for a short by unplugging the processor power cable (4 pin normally), and turn the computer on. If the fans start rotating, it is probably a short. If that isn't the problem, check for cables that should be connected, and test the processor in another computer. Hope it works (it did for me)
Graphics support is mainly determine by the mother board. based on the processor you have that mother board should be equipped with a PCI express slot. in that case YES it is Supported. make shure you follow installation instructions and check that you have at least the minimum power supply requirements for the card 380W or above.
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we can use three type of mother board on dual cpu. that are 865 chipset , 915 chipset , 945gz chipset, u can download thease driver from intel . enjoy good luck. plzzzzzzzzzz vote me for increase my rating
with the 64 mb graphics card i dont think that u can run VISTA if u want to run Premium version u need to get a higher graphics card atleast 128 Mb or above and for 1 gb graphics card pls check the manual of ur card first b4 buying it bcoz ur mother board may not support it but its a rare case when this happens but pls check b4 buying or let me know with the exact brand and model u r going to buy i will check it for u
read the motherboard manual carefully, whether ur mb have builtin vga. if its enabled, first disabled it u put the vga card and try to install the drivers as per the instructions carefully adn also u can get the drivers for graphic card GEFORCEFX 5200 from www.driverguide.com