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WinFast GeForce2 MX not working!

My WinFast GeForce2 MX is not working!
I have an aOpen motherboard (AK-77-333).
No i put it in the brown slot (above the PCI slots), and start it up...
I hear the normal beeps and HD spinning, but nothing happens.
I tryed this with another videocard but it had scrambled letters and its useless now... But back to the point.
The specs are:

AMD Athlon 2000+ processor
768MB of DDR RAM
AK77-333 aOpen motherboard
Maxtor 50GB HD
Lite-on-it DVD drive
-Built to be a fileserver-

26 inch LCD TV
VGA supported
Works with my old Windows 95 machine.

Please help me.

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The VGA card you buy is not compatible in your motherboard, i think.. try to check on the web or in the manual of the motherboard...

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