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unplug power cod, open computer Cabinet panel, remove cmos for 2 min and reinsert cmos,
wipe graphics card socket, reinsert graphics card, TURN on computer, press f2 to load default setting
you do not need to disable onboard graphics. in bios, some bios default configure your graphics card to primary
Turn Off the computer, now as soon as you hit the power button, keep on holding "Alt" key & keep on tapping "F10 key,ie: Alt+F10, it will open the recovery console ,select full factory restore and follow on screen instruction. (Note:this will erase all datas on the computer) orDuring the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setupPress and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS you can load failsafe defaults or load optimized defaults ,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart
you will have set your computer to failsafe defaults or optimised defaults first to get your resolutions to there defaults first During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS you can load failsafe defaultsor load optimized defaults ,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart Click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to display adapters + to expand you might see a yellow question mark ? or exclamation mark !red x right click select reinstall driversif your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on itor you could downloadcnetdownload.comon the home page you should see the download software finder under that there will be a list platform, category sub categorypricefrom the category drop down list select drivers then from the price drop down list select free or which ever applies to your needhttp://download.cnet.com/%7Bvalue=http://www.download.com/ati-catalyst-display-driver/3000-2108_4-10608736.htmlThis release for all Radeon family products updates the AMD display driver to the latest version. This unified driver has been further enhanced to provide the highest level of power, performance, and reliability. hope this helps
This is a BIOS problem, you have to boot to BIOS config menu, do it by pressing f1 or f2 or f10 on boot splash screen, browse the menus and find an option like 'init display first' or something like that, set it to Pcie or AGP, depending on your motherboard, reboot and voila!, have a nice day
if you are unable to start your computer During the boot process you will see on the screen to press a certain key to enter setup Press and hold that key during the boot up process to enter BIOS you can load failsafe defaultsor load optimized defaults ,press escape then press f10 to save to cmos to restart then Test the leads that attach to your ((hard drive from the motherboard)) or replace all the leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions + IDE,SATA and the ones that attach from your ((motherboard to hard drive)) make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty even the electrical extensions or just replace them they are probably old and faulty a computer needs its connections to have an end so any faulty leads will end up with a computer error
try uninstalling a few unnecessary programs then click start run type cmd then type chkdsk/r/f this should schedule to happen on reboot which will scan for and attempt to recover bad sectors and automatically fix any corrupt files on your hard drive or click startcontrol panel administrive tools,computer management ,disk management right click on your drive select properties click tools you should see click check now click start two boxes automatically fix files and scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors place then a tick in both boxes then select check now,start should schedule this task when restart do not do anything while the chkdsk utility is in progress any input will damage your computer then you should test or replace all leads make sure they are securely seated and are not bad/faulty that are attached to your(((motherboard to your hard drive)) defragment your hard drive will speed up your computer scroll to the bottom toolbar (bottom of screen) right click you can select task manager applications also processes you will see whats running on your computer you might have virus slowing your computer also select users you will see who is using your computer don
1.Power down your PC. 2.Locate a rocker-style switch at the back of your PC (if applicable), and switch it from the on position (I) to the off position (O). 3.Find the 3-pin jumper near the power supply, typically labeled "clear cmos" or "reset bios". 4.Remove the jumper from the default position (typically connecting the 1st and 2nd pins). 5.Replace the jumper to connect the 2nd and 3rd pins. 6.Push the power button on the front of your PC once. 7.Wait a minute. 8.Return the jumper to its default position, connecting the 1st and 2nd pins. 9.Move the rocker-style switch at the back of your PC (if applicable), to the on (I) position. 10.Power on your PC with its front power button.
If it doesn't work go to alternate options
1.Locate a rocker-style switch at the back of your PC (if applicable), and switch it from the on position (I) to the off position (O).
2.Remove the CMOS battery. This should be a regular 3V, round, flat watch battery. 3.Wait at least 5 minutes. 4.Reinsert the CMOS battery. 5.Move the rocker-style switch at the back of your PC (if applicable), to the on (I) position. 6.Power on your PC with its front power button.
1.Turn on your computer and press the key on your keyboard to enter the BIOS. This is typically the Del (delete) key. Pre-built systems from major manufacturers may use a function key such as F1, F2, or F10.
2.Go to the last tab or page of your BIOS. 3.Select an option similar to "restore factory settings". 4.Save your changes and confirm your selection if necessary. This will often be combined with the process of exiting a BIOS. Some BIOS types may have this as a separate option such as "F10: Save Changes".
Please go into the BIOS of the system and Set the BIOS as default
Restart your computer.
When the computer first starts, it
performs the power-on self test (POST). This test checks that all
connected devices are functioning. As part of the POST, the memory is
checked. During the memory test, a message will appear that tells you
how to access the BIOS. For example, you may see the following message
or a similar message that explains how to start the BIOS setup:
PRESS DEL TO ENTER SETUPIn
this example, you must press the DEL key immediately after the memory
test is finished to start the setup process. You may have to press the
key several times to make sure that you access the BIOS setup.
Tip There are other keys that may provide access to the BIOS. They include the following:
If you are not sure how to access the BIOS setup, see the user manual for your computer's motherboard.
for the Set BIOS as Default settings. You can usually use the arrow keys to move through the menus
Hi, Im guessing that your motherboard has an intergrated video card & you installed the 9600 card into the opened AGP slot on the board. If you would have listed the model number of your motherboard I would't have to guess. What you need to do is enter your bios & make a change so your bios loads the AGP slot & not the intergrated video card. How to get into your bios? As soon as you turn on the Pc press the Delete key every two seconds. If your system fails to load the bios than you will need to try some of the others F keys. Let the PC finish loading. Re-start the PC. As it starts up try the F1 key every two seconds. Continue in this manner using these other F keys untill your system boots into the bios. F2, F10 or F12. One will work for you. Once in the bios use your manual if you have one. You are looking for Video display. You want the bios to load the AGP slot first, this will disable the intergrated video automatically. Your Pc will now see your 9600 video card & you will be able to load it's software. If the 9600 uses ATI's software you should update the Radeon software by going to ATI/AMD & update your video software with the latest drivers. Click the link I have posted below to upgrade your Radeon 9600XT card. Good idea to save the link. http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.html
Fill in the needed information to get to your driver software.
If your using Win XP Pro or Home click here: http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=xp/radeonx-xp