Question about VisionTek ATI RADEON HD2400 Pro Edition 256MB DDR2 AGP Graphics Card
Done everything. Uninstall the onboard graphic driver sis661fx on the hardware settings, disable the onboard video and enable agp video on bios, even clearing out the c-mos battery, etc.
Finally just install the onboard graphic driver sis 661fx and left it like that.
ATI has recently written some better drivers for the 2400 Pro AGP cards,... Make sure the setting in the BIOS for the motherboard is set to the AGP or PCI for primary video. For AGP, make sure that you have the power from the power supply connected to the video card. Make sure that your motherboard does support 8X AGP video cards. If you are not sure, please check with motherboard manufacturer for compatibility.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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