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OK, this is the best place for your drivers, if they exist for your operating system. http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us
I used the following information: GeForce 5 FX Series GeForce FX 5200
I had to stop after that because I have no information on your operating system. You have to match the driver to the operating system. Sometimes this requires using the GeForce Software in order to get the drivers to work so I would download both.
GeForce 500 Series
GeForce 400 Series
GeForce 400M Series (Notebooks)
GeForce 300 Series
GeForce 300M Series (Notebooks)
GeForce 200 Series
GeForce 200M Series (Notebooks)
GeForce 100 Series
GeForce 100M Series (Notebooks)
GeForce 9 Series
GeForce 9M Series (Notebooks)
GeForce 8 Series
GeForce 8M Series (Notebooks)
GeForce 7 Series
GeForce Go 7 Series (Notebooks)
GeForce 6 Series
GeForce 5 FX Series
GeForce 4 MX Series
GeForce FX 5100
GeForce FX 5200
GeForce FX 5200 Ultra
GeForce FX 5200LE
GeForce FX 5500
GeForce FX 5600
GeForce FX 5600 Ultra
GeForce FX 5600XT
GeForce FX 5700
GeForce FX 5700 Ultra
GeForce FX 5700LE
GeForce FX 5700VE
GeForce FX 5800
GeForce FX 5800 Ultra
GeForce FX 5900
GeForce FX 5900 Ultra
GeForce FX 5900XT
GeForce FX 5900ZT
GeForce FX 5950 Ultra
GeForce PCX 5300
GeForce PCX 5750
GeForce PCX 5900
HDMI Audio Driver
Quadro Graphics Driver
Quadro Performance Driver
Quadro Partner Certified Driver
AutoCAD Performance Driver
3ds Max Performance Driver
HDMI Audio Drivers
Windows Vista 32-bit
Windows Vista 64-bit
Windows XP 64-bit
Windows Server 2003 x64
Espa?ol (Am?rica Latina)
You do not necessarily need to disable the built in graphic adapter, the computer can manage two different adapters. The nVidia should show picture with standard VGA definition (800x600 only) if simply connected to the AGP or PCI slot even if drivers are not installed, and even if built in GPU is not disabled. If there is no picture, check installation in slot, check that card is not disabled in BIOS, check video cable is well connected, and if nothing works, test the video adapter on different PC, the card may be faulty.
Visit driverguide.com, register yourself free and finally go to this link to download your driver: http://members.driverguide.com/index.php?action=dosearch&qm0=GeForce+5200+FX&qa5=4&qa6=744&dp=3&sm=h&jmd=and&fzz=b&si=9d1abc2da1f7121b23278f15a3d380a4&st=1241611199&gqm0=GeForce+5200+FX+Graphics+Video+Adapter+nVIDIA ......................................sodeep
First of all you need to know what graphic card you have. If you have
Windows and I assume you do go to Start > Control Panel (switch to
classic view) > System click on Device Manager and in the list find
'Display Adapter'. The name of the driver appears. Make a note of it. Go
directly to the website of your driver's manufacturer. Follow the
instructions to download and install the right driver. Restart your
computer to let it take effect.
Warning: this is the manual way
to update. If you are not a tech guy, attempting to change video drivers
could make your computer inoperable or cause severe problems. As a
result, you can rely on a drive detective software to help fix the
driver issue automatically & accurately. This way also saves you
time & energy.
The only time that this can happen is if the driver is not installed correctly, as on install you are normally asked if you want to activate support for dual monitors, so if you havent already, uninstall the card driver, restart and install driver again from the cd or from the NVIDIA website.
If you have already tried this my apologies.