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Ny foxconn mb doesnot connect with agp video card

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  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    Foxconn 915PL7AE-8S Intel 915PL this MB comes with a slot that is AGP compartable

  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    One (1) 8x FGE (Foxconn Graphics Extension, compatible with AGP 8x/4x)

  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    One (1) 8x FGE (Foxconn Graphics Extension, compatible with AGP 8x/4x)

  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    i have got gforce FX 5200 agp card



  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    certainly am worried about the memory also is 1gb kingston memory
    and i don't see that in the list



  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    another thing the audio port prevents my card from seating from properly



  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    how do i do that without a pci e card
    i can't get into bios



  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    no but it has a RCA port for video can i use that



  • kwamefr00563 Jan 07, 2009

    alright
    so then what do i do if i don't have a pci card



  • kwamefr00563 Jan 11, 2009

    Foxconn 915PL7AE-8S No Video or POST.

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If your model number posted is correct, the reason your motherboard won't connect to an agp video card is because it doesn't support agp. The Foxconn 915P7AC-8KS uses PCIe for the video bus, so you would need to use a PCIe video card. (PCIe means PCI express, specifically PCIeX16 is the form factor that you would need.) Hope that this helps.

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    Stephen Scheneman Jan 07, 2009

    Ohhhh, I think I see what you mean. Do you mean that the AGP card will not fit on the board in the slot? Here is where you can download the motherboard manual...it seems to support only certain AGP cards...let me know if this helps...

    http://www.foxconnchannel.com/support/do...


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    Stephen Scheneman Jan 07, 2009

    ok, the geForce FX 5200 is supported...let's examine the jumper settings. (What's going on is this: the card fits into the slot, and onto the board, but no video comes to the monitor. Am I correct?)

  • Stephen Scheneman
    Stephen Scheneman Jan 07, 2009

    jumper settings have no affect...Is your Kingston RAM 1GB on one or two sticks? (According to the manual, kingston RAM has only been tested and shown to support 512MB per channel at ddr 400.

    Another question...Do you have a functional windows system operating on the motherboard now? (If you do, it could be very handy...)

    Also...Are you using either of the PCIe slots? (If not, then go ahead and go into your BIOS and disable them under the PnP/PCI configuration menu. (I'm just wondering if you have to disable the PCIe for the FGE bus to work...)


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    Stephen Scheneman Jan 07, 2009

    ohhh...(again) According to the wording in the manual, there is an onboard video option as the primary diplay adapter. I guess this must refer to the FGE port...So is it the physical aspect (card size and whatnot) that are preventing the installation? Do you have any way of getting a video image from the motherboard (such as an old PCI video card (not PCIe))?

  • Stephen Scheneman
    Stephen Scheneman Jan 07, 2009

    No. That is some sort of Audio Out port, if you are referring to the one under the parallel port.

  • Stephen Scheneman
    Stephen Scheneman Jan 07, 2009

    If you are brave and have soldering experience, then you could desolder and remove that poorly placed cd-in connector that is in your way. (It looks like it's the VGA connector getting in your way on the bottom, right?) Otherwise, you will have to bite the bullet and buy a different gfx card. On the brighter side, PCIe cards are much faster...and they are getting cheaper all the time. Also, some of the other geforce fx 5200 gfx cards with the same chipset have quite a different form factor, and they look like they would fit. That must be why they are listed as "supported and tested". Sorry for the bad news.

  • Stephen Scheneman
    Stephen Scheneman Jan 07, 2009

    Good News is that if you don't mind waiting for a rebate, you can buy a GeForce 7200GS 256MB from Tigerdirect for $15 ($35-$20 rebate)...I would recommend getting a new card vs. altering the Motherboard.

  • Stephen Scheneman
    Stephen Scheneman Jan 11, 2009

    No POST, no video, what kind of video card did you get, and what other components are on the board? Are you still using the 1GB kingston memory? And what else?

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