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In the BIOS, disable everything you don't need or have on the computer:
Floppy controller - don't need.
Parallel printer ports? disable for now.
Serial ports? disable for now
You may also want to remove all but one stick of RAM.
If it still fails, change to another stick of RAM.
It will work.
Remove the card, plug into your built-in card. Start your PC in safe mode. Uninstall all ATI software and delete the card from Device Manager. Restart. Reinstall the ATI drivers. Power down. Install the card and connect your monitor to it. The OS will find the card in default mode - let it. Restart. When it comes back up, you will be able to select the full range of operating modes.
BACK UP :)
There's a chance that your screen resolution is set higher than your monitor can handle. Try booting into safe mode and see if you can resolve the problem. You may also have to configure the BIOS to use the expansion slot that your using for the primary video, and turn the integrated (on-board) one off. (If you haven't already done so)
Use PC wizard (search and download) this will detect all drivers needed on your computer note name and number for your video card type into search engine IE ati x300 drivers for your operating system xp vista you should be able to download correct drivers if does not work for you please leave reply what happens