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Problem with an deskpro pci graphic card

Searching the whole net for an answer. Perhaps i'll find it by posting it here. I have an older Deskpro en. Label says ENS/P733/10E/6/64 EURO A4. I upgraded the CPU to 1000Mhz, put a new 80GB hard disk and a new cd/dvd device in. Everything works fine.
The problem is the onboard graphic card(32mb). I inserted a new Radeon 9200 PCI Card, 256mb, but the system doesn't boot. It only beeps, says No Video.
I already upgraded the BIOS. Tried the three different PCI slots, but no chance.
-> In BIOS there is no possibilty to switch from the onboard graphic card.
Does anybody know if there exists something like a maximum memory for extern pci graphic card for this mainboard?
Info: WinXP Pro., 512mb SDRAM pc 100Mhz, chipset Intel 815e.

Any help is welcome.

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  1. with this age of computer it is still quite possible that the motherboard itself has a jumper that needs to be properly arranged to disable the onboard video.

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