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System don't Reboot

Hi i got a new mobo tl - s121 of pine company. i installed a S3 savage4 pro agp card (32 Mb) on it. everything is allright, system detect the card and boot properly. But after booting windows hangs and i can't do anything. when i reboot system it gives beep of display adaptor fault. after pressing three to four times reset switch it starts again. i varified that tl-s121 support the 2x agp and s3 savage4 pro card is universal card with 1x, 2x, 4x support. i installed p-III 550 MHz processor on slot 1. please solve the problem so that i can use tne mobo. is there any pci vga card with atleast 8Mb vga memory which can use on tl-s121 mobo. waiting for reply thanks

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Re: system don't Reboot

Assuming you have already installed the AGP driver for the motherboard, you will have to start the pc in safe mode (F8) on boot up, to start in VGA mode only and see if the graphics are ok. If it boots into VGA mode then the card itself is ok, but the card driver and agp motherboard driver, if not already; will need to be installed at this point because im assuming you were not able as you were getting the fault on screen.

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