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Restarting i put a nvidia geforce fx5200 ag vga card in to my agp slot..after i turn on my computer is load and restating..i cant install drivers also...some time its showing a blue screen.........?????

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May be the card is not properly inserted in the slot. make sure it's set properly, if it's not the case swich back to the onboard VGA & chk the setting in bios for AGP adaptor & see if it's enabled.

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