P4p800-vm pci slot is not recognising the add on card ( TV tuner)
I m having p4p800-vm motherboard with p4 2.8Ghz cpu my pc is working absolutly fine but the add on card is not being recognised even the found new hardware window doesnt popup. in device manager also i dont find the added device. i tried it doing manually but still it is not working. my ram is of 512MB. kindly suggest me what to do is my motherboard pci slot dead?
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Hi there, Well its quit easy you just need to open your CPU there are 2 screw (depending upon your cabinet brand and model). now you can see the motherboard and the nvidia card inserted on the motherboard PCI slot. now you remove 2 more screw which holds PCI cards (display card, network card etc.). Now you can pull your nvidia card from the PCI slot.Here i am attaching a video to help you on this - (do not delete) Post further comments if you need more information on this.Good Luck!!
Hi Pierre , The PCI Express 2.0 or 2.1 is backwards compatible with the PCI x16 1.0 and 1.1 slot motherboards. However, PCI-e 2.0 ( 2.1 ) cards on 1.1 and 1.0 motherboards will not be able to run at their maximum velocity . I think you are not using the correct driver but motherboard MS-7148 doesn't seem to exist . Go to ASUSes site to download the latest available driver compatible with your OS : http://support.asus.com/download/options.aspx?SLanguage=en Best regards , fanaudi .
The ATI Rage XL 8MB PCI video card is a very old and low power video card.
PCI graphics cards are not as fast as AGP graphics cards so if your motherboard has an AGP slot (it's the slot closest to the CPU and is usually coloured brown) then that would give you better performance.
These days AGP has been superceded by PCI-Express but since your motherboard does not have a PCI-Express slot then the best graphics card for it would be something like this one:
with your VGA card in pci slot locate the vga pci slot in our motherboard insert it firmly. Turn on the pc and make it sure that pc detects your new card and install the vga card driver supported by the manufacturer.
m ake sure the jacks at the back is set correctly, from the tuner car auido out to the line in on the motherboard sound then make sur the aux cable is inside the case also fro the card to the motherboard mail me if any other questions, email@example.com
is it summer now there? It sounds like heating problems. If you keep the system very cool does it still do the same? (Try opening your side panel, and putting a fan in front of it, blowing into your case, also check to make sure that the fan on the gfx card can spin freely and isn't hampered by dust particles. Also do you have thermal paste? i recommend taking your cpu heatsink off, wiping off the old paste, and applying new paste. I've seen thermal paste get old and then cause this kind of problem. If that still doesn't work, try drivers like bunny recommended. Good luck! :)