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Agp card problem

I m using ge force fx 5200 -8x agp card but the display is always from onboard , i hv seen all the bios feature

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    Chris Fell May 11, 2010

    Do you have the screen plugged in on the onboard graphics connector or the agp card ? if on the onboard, transfer to the agp card, go into cmos, look for the device settings for "primary graphics display" and set this to agp slot.

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Did you download the GeForce video driver for the card?
if not, do so now. if you did, did you install it?

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