Question about Nvidia 64MB GeForce3 AGP Video Card with TV-Out Graphic Card

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Graphics card installed a nvidia 8400gs geforce graphics card and the drivers changed my bios setting to pci from agp so the graphics car will give me my graphics but when i run in pci mode the graphics are a little flakey and after a mintute or 2 the computer crashes a blue error screen pops up for a secons then restarts the comp, when i run the comp in agp mode its fine i have no problems. Thanks if you can help

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Agp option is right.

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