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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 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



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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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