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Converting from agp to pci screen does not load

Windows doesnt load or show after installing pci video card with previously used agp card

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  • David Preston
    David Preston May 11, 2010

    Was your previous card a standalone AGP or built into the motherboard?



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If the original configuration was an integrated graphics setup, then the BIOS needs to be changed to AGP or PCI slot.

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