GREETINGS, FRIENDS; I'M NOT YELLIN' I SEE BETTER IN CAPS. I BOUGHT A 3DFUZION GRAPHIC CARD AND I WANT TO PUT IT IN MY MACH SPEED P4M800 MOTHERBOARD. I WENT TO A 3DFUZION SITE AND FOUND OUT I NEED TO FIRST DISABLE THE GRAPHIC CARD IN MY COMPUTER. I KNOW HOW TO PHYSICALLY PUT THE NEW GRAPHICS CARD IN(I BUILT THIS 'PUTER BY MYSELF). WOULD YOU, PLEASE , IN A STEP BY STEP METHOD HELP ME HERE? THANKS MUCH JOHN G MULLEN
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Hi you should put your graphic card to slot 0 pcie. Switch your on card on and uninstall drivers. Put your graphic in correct slot and power up your machine and check if is detected by system, then install driver for it. If successful restart and disable on board card.
ya u can purchase AGP8x graphic card. But
AGP8x slots become old, now PCIExpress 16x is in the market it is better, advance gives higher performance for games and software than AGP gives. AGP is also costly than PCIE graphic cards. So, i want to suggest u that u should purchase Intel Original Board of G965, G45 series boards it has lots of benefits configuration with DDR2, 4SATA ports, PCIE-16x and u not need to purchase graphic card because these board supports T&L it has 256MB to 384MB inbuilt graphics which can play most of the high graphics games without graphic card. I am to using G965RY board with 384MB inbuilt. but company has stop manufacturing this board. Now more better boards have launched in the market which is better then 965RY. Now its upon u what to do. Good Luck
yes you can use graphic card such as (AGP) if your motherboard has AGP slot on the motherboard, before installing the graphic card, goto CMOS setup by pressing F2 or Del key while your system bootups and disable the onboard display in the setup and save it, then switch off your computer, then install the graphic card and start your computer hope your computer will works fine.
you don't need to update the driver cause the problem is in your hardware. Graphic seems to be a bit grounded, try cleaning the contact pins of your AGP graphic card with eraser, clean it side by side and then put it back again to an AGP slot, then boot your CPU again. If it still the same, try it in another motherboard that support you graphic card just to be sure before we conclude that its the graphic card has the problem. Anyway if it still under warranty you can claim for a replacement to the store where you bought the graphic card.
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Remove the graphic card from the board, at the top of the fan of your graphic card there is a sticker remove it slowly, then put a small amount of oil (the finner oil for machine) in it, turn the fan so that oil may goes to the bearings.
Return the sticker, and install the graphic card on the board.
For user BIOS21 & julio1963,
How to enable you're (Add-in AGP video card) & disable the onboard, integrated S3 graphics UniChrome 2D/3D PCI graphics card.
Enter you're bios. Open you're user manual to page 3-13. Integrated Peripherals. Go to, Init display first. Set to AGP.
(Not to PCI). That is all you need to change. The MSI bios will than see you're add in AGP card & automatically disable the PCI S3 graphics, (Onboard) card.
If I can help you further, feel free to post here.
Please, each user's vote this issue as a fix, if this helped you to get you're bios to see you're new AGP graphics cards.
read the motherboard manual carefully, whether ur mb have builtin vga. if its enabled, first disabled it u put the vga card and try to install the drivers as per the instructions carefully adn also u can get the drivers for graphic card GEFORCEFX 5200 from www.driverguide.com