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Pc 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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Just incase you didnt get a solution from your last post, see this link:- http://www.fixya.com/support/t145701-system_dont_reboot

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