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I don't have onboard graphics on my intel mobo. I do have a radeon 9600, but after installing into mobo, no signal. what can I try

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Try resetting your cmos and check wether if it works

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GPU hardware not recognised


Hello the homepage is here:

http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/introduction.php?S_ID=583#dl

Try to download a manual if you don`t have it.
If any drivers for the mainboard is missing install them.

Install the newest NVIDIA graphic driver from here:

http://www.geforce.com/drivers/results/49949

This is the 64 bit version.

Check also if the graphic card is properly insertet
in the slot on the mainboard.
And the graphic card has to support PCI-E X16
This graphic card needs extenal power
from the power supply to work
the power supply has a wire with pci-e stamped in did you connect this ???.

Try to disable the onboard graphic in the device manager.

Good luck

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I have not been able to add any AGP card to my PC.
My PC is a cube PC so I have been trying to install a "low end" AGP video card without a separate power connector. My only really requires are DirectX 9.x support and a minimum of 128MB (and no power connector)

The card I am currently trying to install is a Gigabyte ATI Radeon 9600Pro with 256MB.

I have also tried a ATI Radeon 9550 with 256MB and a Nvidia card

I have done all of the usual things, such as disabling onboard graphics, removing old video drivers, verified latest chipset drivers are installed, I reviewed the graphic adapter and don't see any conflicts etc.

I wonder if any of the cards I am trying to install will work with my AGP slot.
The manual for this Gigabyte card states "AGP 3.0 Slot or greater is required"
Unfortunately, this requirement wasn't on the Gigabyte or NewEgg web sites or the back of the box. Only in the install manual.

My Motherboard manual states "AGP 1.5v Card is required".

I got great AGP information from www.playtool.com. I used some of the tools suggested there such as Sandra Lite and other tools to try to determine what version my AGP Slot is. These tools don't seem to clearly state what

My PC is a Small Form Factor PC with 220W Power Supply.
It has integrated Intel Extreme Graphics
gBox P4 Blue CF-986L
Motherboard is a CFI-968L with last bios released (1.04)
www.american-media.com
Pentium 4 3.06Ghz
1G RAM
80G HD
Chipset is Intel 845GE
Intel Extreme Graphics
Windows XP Home

This is a awesome PC and I really would like to extend the life of it my adding any AGP card that supports DirectX 9.x


Read more: Adding ATI Radeon 9600Pro - AGP Slot Issue? - Tech Support Forum http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f24/adding-ati-radeon-9600pro-agp-slot-issue-128485.html#ixzz1FKivifx5

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ASRock Wolfdale1333-D667 and Radeon 5770 graphic card


Actually, one thing. Intel motherboards, like your Wolfdale is an Intel board, they don't work with AMD graphics cards. I've seen this arise many times, the graphics card is AMD and your MOBO/CPU is Intel... that's a red flag in my book automatically. Take it back and try an Intel Graphics card.

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ATI Radeon 9250 PCI scrolling perfomance problems.


It sounds like the wrong drivers or old drivers are installed, try the following drivers:
http://www.omegadrivers.net/ati_winxp.php

Those should help.

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Can IBM NQ7 be upgraded with Nvidia or ATI Radeon graphics card


No your IBM doesn't support modular Graphics cards Sorry your stuck with onboard graphics.John

Aug 03, 2009 | IBM ATI RADEON 9600 Pro, AGP Video Card

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My computer won't detect ATI RADEON SAPPHIRE X1550 256MB


go to bios and enable it to detect graphics cards most bios have an option for onboard only or onboard and external graphics adapters

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No display on my monitor only after first boot


This is a problem with the handshake of the two hardwares so first of all update your bios from your manufacturer's website and then update your graphics card drivers

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Cant install powercolor 9600 pro on ECS 845gv-m3 mobo


Hi,

Appreciate the direct "Ask Me".

Background info, a Powercooler 9600 PRO EZ was most probably manufactured by C.P.Technology in Taiwan. I am sorry to say that quality wise, this company is rather low and to my understanding, a lot of their products has to be returned/replaced even new. On the other hand, the old Nvidia MX4000 might have been manufactured by Palit, also in Taiwan but has a better quality control as of the time of production. The MX4000 though only uses 128Mb of memory but runs them at 275/400 (DDR) MHz clock speed compared to the 9600 PRO 200 (400) MHz. The slow memory onto the PowerColor RADEON 9600 PRO EZ 256MB had a really bad effect on its performance.

To your concern, the ECS 845GV-M3 (V1.0) uses AGP Express but should not cause a problem to either the 256 or 128. since it is working with the 128, then it would be safe to say that the 256 is defective. if the 256 will test OK in another motherboard, then it would be a compatibility issue, try setting the CMOS/BIOS to default and see if it will work.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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Driver is not working


strange... even WinXP has got the drivers for that ATI AGP card.

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Graphics card stops responding


Do  you remember what you were doing on the computer before this started happening?

Try installing updated drivers from ATi:

http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html

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