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ATI Radeon X1550 256 PCI is not recognizable

When I install the plug and play recognizes the cars as a PCI bridge. If i restart the system (Dell Optiplex G260/xp) the D diagnostics light on back turns orange and system will not boot

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May be card problem, replace it.

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