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No video there is no video output from the board. i tried installing an agp card and still do not get anything. any info would be appreciated

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If you have an "onboard" video and are switching to a video card you must set that in your BIOS ..

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ok hmmmm maybe it only except 4x agp? is it very old? maybe the slot maybe burned out? do you have enough power source to run the card? i cant think of anything else.. good luck. my agp card did the same thing when the power source burned out. some day i would get nice veiw someday a dark screen. i though restarting would help and eventually the power source burned out.

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Hi bandit11,

First how did you get a PCI-Express X16 like the 7600 onto a AGP 4X port?? Two different animals. To answer your qustion, no that Card will not work on that Board. You can spend your money if you want to on some of the higher speed video cards but, to be turthful, I wouldn't. The CPU and memory will limit any of the newer cards that will fit that board today. But, if you really want to keep that board, then I might suggest to look for a $40-50 Radeon 9700 pro or 9800 pro. Anything more than that is a waste of your money.

Bottom line a lower end AGP cardwon't give you any more card performance then high end AGP card if you must upgrade, go used and cheap...nothing fancy.

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Have you checked your BIOS settings in regards to Graphic/AGP controls? If it is NOT set on auto (which will read a AGP or PCI graphics card automatically over the on board) it will always look to the onboard card or known PCI Graphics card for the video output. Check those settings and reboot. Remember to save the bios config prior to changing anything.

You haven't brought up a blue screen error so we must assume you installed the drivers properly. The BIOS control of the AGP and graphics is most likely the problem.

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Check the motherboard user guide for how to reset to default factory settings. If the BIOS is set to work with the on-board only and the on-board VGA is dead the motherboard is supose to detect that and switch to AGP. If is not doing that chances are not only the on-board VGA controller is gone ... the motherboard is gone too.
Try with a PCI video card.

1.Reboot with the AGP or PCI video card installed - assuming the on-board is gone but the motherborad still OK.
2. Press DELETE key
is supose to go in BIOS settings menu.
Browse and Look for on board VGA adapter ENABLE/DISABLE setting or something similar.

(My bet ? You need a new motherboard.)

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If you do see the BIOS post but the screen turns black when your OS is loading, then the AGP-card should be OK. HOWEVER, you do need to uninstall your MB-video drivers before installing a new GPU.

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No Video Output


Do you get any picture at all?

Can you press the F1 key or DELETE key and bring up the Setup menu? Can you see it?

If you can't see the above, it sounds like someone was not grounded to the computer case when they installed the new motherboard. Static electricy is the #1 killer to all electronics. If this is the case, you will have to buy an aftermarket video card and install it to see anything.

The VGA monitor will work with any video cards on the market.

If the motherboard said that it uses an AGP video card. That is the only one it will use. Make sure the card matches the motherboard or it will not work. All video cards are marked on the outside top of the box and your motherboard is maked by the AGP slot. Make sure you get the right speed format also. 8X will only work with a 8X.

I hope this helps and I will check back later to see how you made out.

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1)first u check by single ram, if not
2)remove the graphic card and connect moniter to onboard VGA, if done
3)refer the manual and select the jumper pins as master for AGP ,now connect to graphic card
4)if no display
5)remove the graphic card and try in on board vga

6)now you cant get display remove the bios battery and clear the cmos by using jumper pin short (refer mother board board manual ).then try with both VGA output
(NOTE:-if AGP or PCIE card present on board VGA not functoning)
all the best keep trying -i hope you get working pc by half an hour,if not call to profesional servicemens

regards
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Before removing your current card swap video outputs on the PC. If currently connected to the VGA output switch to the HDMI connector AT the video card. Use the HDMI to VGA adapter that came with the video card. Check & see if the display loads Pc starts. Taking the information directly from your motherboard manual pg. 25, your AGP video can only run at, AGP supporting 1.5 V 4X AGP cards. The 9600pro runs at 8x & it is not backwards compatible. (able to run at either 8x or 4x). You could run the Sappire ATI Radeon 256MB 9550 DDR AGP 4x/8x 1.5volt card.
Here is one site: http://www.colordrives.com/sapphire-ati-radeon-9550-256mb-ddr-agp-4x-8x-video-card---retail-box.html
When you do get the video card be sure to set your bios AGP to the correct size as listed in your manual pg. 109 subsection 4.4.7
I hope this helped.

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Will not accept new agp video card


Did you try and change the power supply? Maybe the power supply is faulty since u say it keeps rebooting. Since you do not see anything on the screen (the bios is not executed, could b a problem with the power supply. Do you get any beeps?)

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No video output - Desktop HP minitower Pavilion 6635 - cpu Intel Celerom 533Mhz


Try either a pci or AGP card. On most boards, it will recognize the card without changing anything on the board. Does the hard drive and other components power up? Just the video not working ? If so it is probably the chip on the video, if not it could be a board failure.

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