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White screen with radeon x1300 pro agp 256m

Uninstalled factory video drivers, loaded 8.12 catalyst pkg. and get a blank white screen. any ideas?

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Hi porkchop_66_ , if you uninstalled factory graphics drivers, chances are you uninstalled the motherboards built in graphics card driver. Since you haven't provided your motherboard model & manufactures name I can't be 100% your weren't using an onboard graphics card. So I'll cover both.
If you added the X1300 AGP card, (Not replacing an older AGP card), you'll need to enter the motherboards bios menu & set the bios to boot to the AGP slot. If you replaced an older AGP card, its possible you have the monitor plugged into the wrong VGA out-put on the Radeon. There are two ports. One DVI & one VGA. Try each & check for display. Lastly, the Radeon X1300 card you have
runs in an AGP port that supports 1.5volts. Check your, motherboard manual. Check if your motherboard supports AGP cards of 1.5v.
If all this does not make sense, post back with your motherboards model number & the manufacture name & I'll be able to help further. Post here.


Good luck porkchop_66_!
Thank you for using fixya.
Mike

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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