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suspect you may need to disable the motherboard built in graphics card and tell it to use PCI graphics adapter otherwise an interrupt conflict in CPU and possible conflict as both devices compete for same computer resources.
if you dont have a motherboard disk or a disk with the drivers you will need to download them http://download.cnet.com/2000-20_4.html on the home page you should see a search tab just type in what you are looking for
If you have insralled the correct video driver and you cannot increase the VIDEO RAM then it is not possible to increase the bit color from 96 bit to 126 or 256 bit color. The only way to have a higher bit color is to install a new graphics card that supports up to 256 bit color (this video card will have large cideo RAM).
There are two points. 1. Ensure that you are downloading and installing the correct driver for your graphic card.
2. If the fist condition is fulfilled then unplug the graphic card and check the system with the built in graphic card in motherboard and install its driver and get its functionality. When you are ensured that system is working with its own built in graphics then plug it again properly and install the driver. Ensure the proper plugging of your graphic card. Sometimes improper plugging of card cause this issue.
The second step will confirm the two things. one that your motherboard is functional with its own card and the reason is extra graphic card plugged in slot.. and the 2nd is that the card itself causing the issue not the motherboard and the issue was replugging...
Hi, First of all is this a new graphics card? If it is take the card out of the PCI Express slot, get a clean, dry, soft paintbrush and clean the PCI Express slot, then blow on the slot to remove any residual dust. Make sure the brass contacts on the card are clean and then reinsert the card, make sure it clips into place properly and you secure the card with the screw at the back of the computer, then try booting the machine.
If you bought the card second hand then there is a possibility that the card is faulty. Luckily for you i now a way to bring a dead graphics card back to life but you do it at your own risk.
first try to identify the full name of your sound card. you can download a soundcard by typing the right sound card name. i just based this answer to the message that you sent us hope it helped send me a message for any concerns.