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Here's a url where you can see the specs for your PC.
A compatible card would be AGP 8x but bear in mind, you've already got 64Mhz on board graphics built into *********** board. Just search ebay using :- agp 8x graphics card, should give you a good idea of what you're after.
The most common reason for this is that there is an issue with your GPU/video card. Typically it's a problem with the driver. Try loading windows in safe mode and update the driver. If you are using the latest driver rollback the driver to a previous version and restart windows in normal mode.
To update the video driver you can go to http://drivers.downloadatoz.com/1799,everex-explora-rs2800-vga-video-driver/
Safe mode can be accessed by pressing F8 on the keyboard when the manufacturers logo appears on the screen when you restart. When windows is loaded, go to the control panel in the start menu, select System and Security and open the Device Manager. Select the display adaptor to find your GPU and right click, click properties select the driver tab in the properties menu and click the rollback driver button or and follow the prompts.
If updating or rolling back the driver doesn't work, it's most likely a GPU failure. If you are using the integrated video, you can purchase an AGP compatible video card and install it and disable the on-board video in the device manager. If you have a AGP video card installed, you can check to make sure the card is properly connected and seated securely in the AGP slot and if it's still not working properly, it may be time to find a replacement.
I'm not exactly sure what you are explaining but to disable in Windows go to: My computer: Properties: Hardware: Device Mgr: Graphics Card and for the one listed that is not your AGP card click: Disable This Device. It's just that simple. Also, in some BIOS,maybe all, there is an AGP: enable/disable box. This of course should be enabled.