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Computer beeps error when ATI X800 XL video card is installed. HP computer with 64 bit Vista on it....

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Be sure that your video card fit on you os, as you said its 64 bit. Try to work in bios, or just reformat your sytem.

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I'm trying to replace my old ATI/AGP graphics card and install a used ATI/AMD Radeon x800 xL AGP-256mb graphics card into my computer. After installation, the system would not boot up; heard this...


Since that is an older card I will assume that it is previously owned.
Try reinstalling the card and leaving your computer open so you can look in and see the fan on the video card, Use some liquid paper to make a mark on the fan so you can see it, you may need to lay the case on its side. Now plug your computer back in and see if the fan is spinning properly, Also make sure no wires are interfering with it.

Aug 13, 2011 | ATI RADEON X800 XL, (256 MB) AGP Graphic...

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I have issues with the second ATI FirePro V7800 card. I am running Window 7 pro - 64 bit. The motherboard is ASUS Sabertooth X58. Intel Corei7. Corsair 24 GB. Both two cards were working fine...


In order to further troubleshoot this issue, I would recommend the following:

Uninstall the ATI drivers from your computer.
Shut down the computer.
Remove the ATI card from your computer, and connect your monitor to the onboard video adapter.
Turn on the computer.
Ensure the ATI software was infact removed.
Shut down the computer
Reinstall the ATI video Card
Turn On the computer
Reinstall the ATI drivers ensuring to select the proper "CrossFire" configuration

May 21, 2011 | ATI TECHNO FIREPRO V7800 PCIE 2GB GDDR5...

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When i connect my graphics card to my pc i get a black screen there is no beeps and i cant even hear an windows sound. when i disconnect my gpu my pc works fine i have tried to disable onboard graphics...


Hello xvanpersiex, these are "Full Specifications" of your [Graghis Card].
"Check this to the 'Specs' of the "Motherboard to see if it 'Supports' the Graphic Card?"
"Try 'disconnecting, and reconnecting' the "Graphis Card"
Verify that 'all' the "Connections" are "Tightly Inserted."
*Go to the Control Panel > Device Manager > AGP Graphic Card > Verify Installed? >
Update Driver! > Restart Computer"

"If this information helped? Return and give a "Helpful Rating," please!
Thanks, paul7of9"
ATI Radeon X1650Pro (AGP 8x, 512MB) General

  • Device Type Graphics adapter

  • Enclosure Type Plug-in card

  • Vista Capability This graphics card is capable of running the new Aero interface featured in Windows Vista Home Premium and higher.

  • Interface Type AGP 8x

Processor / Memory
  • Graphics Processor / Vendor ATI Radeon X1650 Pro

  • Graphics Card Performance This card's graphics processor and memory mean that it is not recommended for most games, but it will still be fine for office applications and other normal computing tasks.

  • RAMDAC Clock Speed 400.0 MHz

  • Video Memory Installed 512.0 MB

  • Technology DDR2 SDRAM 128-bit

  • Features Avivo Technology

Video Input
  • Type None

Video Output
  • API Supported OpenGL 2.0,
    DirectX 9.0

  • Max Monitors Supported 2.0

  • TV Interface HDTV out

  • Analog Video Format S-Video,
    Composite video

  • Digital Video Standard Digital Visual Interface (DVI)

Expansion / Connectivity
  • Interfaces 1.0 x DVI-I (dual link) - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15),
    1.0 x HDTV output - 29 pin combined DVI,
    1.0 x VGA

  • Compatible Slots 1.0 x AGP

Miscellaneous
  • Microsoft Certifications Certified for Windows Vista

Software / System Requirements
  • OS Required Microsoft Windows XP,
    Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005,
    Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit Edition,
    Microsoft Windows Vista

  • Recommended Power Supply 350.0 Watt

  • Peripheral / Interface Devices CD-ROM

Feb 22, 2011 | ATI RADEON X1650 Graphic Card

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Nvidia driver will not work with windows 7 (gefore 9800gx2)


Hello ognetpc, did you install 32-bit or 64-bit video drivers ? Example if you have windows 7 64-bit you must install 64-bit video driver, because nvidia 32-bit video driver will not work properly. I found latest drivers for you video card. Click save driver to your computer, install the driver, don't forget to restart the computer. Here is the link.

Copy and paste link into your browser and press enter.




For Windows 7, Vista 32-bit
http://www.nvidia.com/content/DriverDownload-March2009/confirmation.php?url=/Windows/260.99/260.99_desktop_win7_winvista_32bit_english_whql.exe&lang=us&type=GeForce




For Windows 7, Vista 64-bit
http://www.nvidia.com/content/DriverDownload-March2009/confirmation.php?url=/Windows/260.99/260.99_desktop_win7_winvista_64bit_english_whql.exe&lang=us&type=GeForce


Good Luck!




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Having problems installing mmc on vista,,tv will not work saying you are using the wrong driver,,where can i get the right one, tried variouds one from the ati web site none seem to work the tv.


Try XP or Windows 7 ;-)
This is one of the reason why Vista is so unpopular.
You will find a bug, you can not fix.

Are you sure your setup disk is for Vista 32/64 Bit no 2000 - XP?
If it is... Turn on automatic updates and install every updates they're normaly updates for bugs.
-Tom.

Jul 11, 2009 | ATI All-in-Wonder X800 XL, (256 MB) PCI...

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I have no display after installing a radeon x800


Make sure you install your drivers for the new graphics card before you actually put it in.

May 13, 2009 | ATI Radeon X800 XT Mac Edition AGP Video...

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Need new card, system requirements confusing


Radeon X800 XL is a PCI-E (PCI-Express) card, you can replace it with any current ATI or nVidia video card that uses the PCI-E slot. Since you already have a PCI-E card before, I would bet you already meet most of the system requirements.

Nov 13, 2008 | ATI RADEON X800 XL, (256 MB) AGP Graphic...

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ATI radeon xpress 1250 for laptop


Have you tried the windows update,usually for vista they have a built-in WDM drivers for ATI, and right now you may want to use that for the meantime if the computer did not recognize the exact model number also when using the windows update it you can check if microsoft has a new WDM driver for your video card.

The video card is a built-in video card on the mobo, right?

This this link
http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=vista32/integrated-vista32

If you have a Vista Business 64 bit click the link below

http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=vista64/integrated-vista64

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Radeon X800 XL AGP Card Installation Error


You should do a deep uninstall of all of the ati drivers present in your system... here are the instructions.

The "deep uninstall" starts by first uninstalling all ati drivers and programs present in the affected computer computer, remember to remove al ati related programs from control panel's add remove utility, including the whole multimedia center. And finally reinstalling the new drivers.

You should have downloaded the most recent catalyst drivers from ati.

Now proceed with the "deep uninstall" following this directions, taken from somewhere on the internet, thanks to the one who wrote them...

1. Go into the Control Panel and under the ADD/REMOVE SOFTWARE icon uninstall the ATI Multimedia software and/or the ATI DVD software.
2. Uninstall the ATI drivers also found in the Add/Remove section. Once removed, it will prompt you to reboot....do so.
3. When returning to windows, the NEW HARDWARE FOUND wizard will come up and will tell you that it has found a new VGA card and will prompt you for drivers. Hit CANCEL!
4. Now, go to START - SEARCH - FOR FILES OR FOLDERS and do a search for all files and folders using the filename ati*.*
This search will normally give you 3 to 4 files found in your c:/windows directory and subdirectories (including the Windows/System directory). Select these files and erase them. Now go to your Recycle Bin and Empty your bin.

5. Next...time to go to your Registry. Go to START -- RUN -- regedit
Here go to key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -- SYSTEM -- ControlSet001 -- Control -- Video . Here there should be 4 entries. 3 of them are default Windows XP entries and the 4th one is put in by the ATI drivers. Expand each one by one until you see ATI entries. Once found, erase the entire key.
Now repeat the same step above for the ControlSet002 key and the CurrentControlSet Key. Normally, whenever you erase a key in the ControlSet001, XP automatically deletes it in the CurrentControlSet section too. So if the ATI key is not found in the CurrentControlSet section, don't worry about it.
Once all keys are deleted, proceed to the next step.

6. While still in the registry, go to the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -- SOFTWARE section. Here you should find an ATI Technologies key. Select it and delete it. In that same section, look for an Installed Options key. Expand it and there you should find another ATI Technologies key. Select it and erase it.
7. Still in the registry, go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER -- Software and there you should find another ATI technologies key. Select it and erase it. Once all this is done, close the registry. the registry is now clean. Though you might want to even run a registry cleaner, like the one included in the freeware program CCLEANER, it's very good, can be undone and it's safe enough to use it almost blindly.
8. Close all windows and reboot.
9. When in windows after the reboot the NEW HARDWARE FOUND WIZARD will pop up again. Cancel that. Now find the new ATI drivers that you have downloaded and extracted and run the SETUP file. Once complete, reboot and you are DONE!

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I have Sony Vaio VGN-CR26GN/B Laptop.I have Intel processor and ATI Mobility Radeon X2300 graphic card.I need NEW UPDATED drivers for ATI Mobility Radeon X2300 Graphic card.OLD Drivers are causing performance issues.There are no new drivers for ATI MOBILITY RADEON X2300 graphic card on ATI.com and AMD website and other websites.I have searched the web but the result is nothing.I have also searched Sony website for drivers but they have not updated for a longtime.Please PLEASE Give me the link for NEW Updated drivers for this Graphic card Model:ATI Mobility Radeon X2300 on my email.ThankYou

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