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I have a pci e 16x vga and a capture card pci e 1x

When i install both of them vga and capture card it and system down POST windows does not start and screen just black

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  • David Preston
    David Preston May 11, 2010

    Does the Motherboard have an integrated Video card?



    Do the boards have GPU's from different Manufacturers? (Ie..... ATI and Nvidia)



    To Further Aid you it would be helpful to know the manufacturer and model of your Motherboard and the 2 cards in question.



    Looking forward to helping you

    Dave

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HI
Maybe you should try taking off one of these cards and try them one by one.
I mean, install the AGP and test if your system will work, if not, unplug it & try the other one.
If you have an integrated graphic card, you shouldn't connect the monito cable to it, but to the new one you are using.
I hope this is helpful.

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There are adapters to put a PCI card in a PCIe 1x slot (will fit any PCIe slot) or a PCIe1x card in a PCI slot. See http://www.amfeltec.com/index.php for a sample of the adapters. For the PCIe 16x cards, you need a new motherboard.

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Then line up the card so that the back of the card will fit into the opening and the contacts on the bottom of the card are above the center of the slot. Firmly press the card down into the slot without changing the alignment. You may need to wiggle it (press down on the back and front, alternatingly). Then make sure the card is fully seated. Attach the addtional power cord from your power supply, if needed for a PCIe 16x card.

Close your case. Then if this is a new video card, turn on the computer and enter the BIOS (press F1, F2, F10, Esc depending on the machine). Disable the on-board video. Then reboot the computer and load the drivers you need for the card.

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AGP is also costly than PCIE graphic cards.
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of G965, G45 series boards it has lots of benefits configuration with DDR2, 4SATA ports, PCIE-16x and u not need to purchase graphic card
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Click the + sign next to the device you want to download. With the Asus P4P800S-X motherboard there is not a separate VGA driver. (The VGA graphics card is a PCI VGA integrated card).
The VGA driver is part of the chipset software. Open the + sign next to Other. Download, Intel(R) Chipset Software Installation Utility 5.0.2.1003 for Windows.
By installing the chipset driver software (In a running system of windows), it will over-write all chipset drivers within your system. It is possible your windows may become wacky. Normally the chipset driver software is installed right after installing windows. (A fresh install).
Make sure you have the bios settings set correctly for the VGA/PCI. Open your manual to page 2-18 & set up per page 2-19. Go to Graphic adapter priority set this to, [PCI/AGP]. Next set the amount of system memory you want the graphics card to use. At the bottom of page 2-16, leave AGP/PCI frequency set to, [Auto].

If you run into any troubles, just post them here.
Good luck bernard_in_c!
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