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AGP is a bit old for win7, i'd drop it. that said, if the ati
card is an addin perhaps your onboard (via) chip is causing the
problem. turn it off in your bios so that the install never even
detects it and use drivers from ati.
It's hard to go to VIA bc there are many kind of drivers there so it's kind of a headache. I usually recommend that people try either DriverMax or RadarSync to look for the driver. They're both free PC Updaters that will let you download the driver directly if they find it. Of these two, I'd try RadarSync first, as it's a more solid piece of software.
I`ve a motherboard with a chipset VIA VT82C686B and i disconnect accidentally the idles of it and now i dont know how to connect correctly so i need to have a look of a chart of this model of motherboard to conncet once again .. please can you help me
Under many cases, the default settings for additional onboard SATA/RAID controller could have been set to [Disabled] when delivered.This will cause the controller to stop its function completely. Suggestion: Please refer to your user’s manual for detailed description on how to enable onboard SATA/RAID controller via adjusting jumper or BIOS settings. Clean SATA cable with a couple cotton sticks lightly dipped into alcohol. If you sitll can not see the SATA drive from within the bios your onboard SATA/RAID controller is defective. Contact Asus tech M-F eastern time at: 812-282-2787. Tech will assign you a case number. Tech will than connect you to the RMA department for replacment/repair.