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Radeon 9600XT wont work on my PM8M-V

I hate a problem getting a Diablotek Radeon 9600XT working on the MSI PM8M-V motherboard i have tried tweaking in the bios the video displays for a few minutes then cuts to all black and no input whatsoever if someone could help me resolve these issues i would be greatful

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I kno wat u r goin thru. these cards are actually clocked at 400/400 istead of 500/600. its the drivers. could you send me the bios of the card and ill have it sorted out for you. download atitool and dump the bios of the card. if you know any other method of doing it, go right ahead. talk soon

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