Hope you can help. I jave just put together a PC to act as a server. I am using the ARS690-M1 Series motherboard with built in graphics card. I went through the install procedure for WHS and then loaded some drivers for Lan and Graphics Card. The system rebooted and now I get a black screen with "Changing PC timing to 60Ghz and the screen freezes. Can I switch off the graphics card (or put in a lower mode) from the Bios?
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9500GT Series graphics card uses PCI Express Slot(16X). As for your Mainboard D845GVSR it comes with AGP Slot(4x or 8x). The graphics card slot on your Mainboard AGP will not fit the PCI Express slot for this Nvidia chipset 9500GT Graphics Card. You cannot use the 9500GT Series card for your mainboard.
The highest Nvidia Graphics card that support AGP Slot is the 7300GT Chipset Series.
UR GRAPHICS CARD IS DAMAGED IF POSSIBLE TRY INSTALL THE CARD IN ANYBODY ELSE COMPUTER IF THE PROBLEM IS STILL THERE THEN UR GPU IS 100%DAMAGED.I DONOT WHAT MOTHERBOARD U R USING BUT WHATEVER MOTHERBOARD IT IS EVERY MOTHERBOARD HAS A ON BOARD VIDEO CARD U CAN TRY REMOVING UR GPU FROM UR MOTHERBOARD AND TRY CONNECTING THE DISPLAY WITH ONBOARD VIDEO DEVICE OF UR PC IF U STIIL GET THE PROBLEM EVEN FROM UR ON BOARD GRAPHICS CARD THEN SOME OTHER COMPONENT MIGHT HAVE MALFUNCTIONED NOT UR GPU.
I am afraid Dimension 3000 has no support for PCI-e or AGP Video cards. You can however install a PCI Video card in one of the three PCI slots. Just ensure that the PCI Video Card you get is universal (i.e. supports both 3.3 and 5 volts).
When you have your new PCI Video card, check herefor guide to install the hardware.
Gigabyte did not put a special graphics slot (AGP, PCIe etc) on this corporate series board. It has good internal graphics support. If you would like to run two monitors, it appears that one choice is the CHAINTECH P-FX20 256MB Geforce FX5200 256MB 128-bit DDR PCI Video Card, based upon user reviews at NewEgg. You may need help getting both graphics adapters to operate together. Typically, there is a jumper on the card that disables "Primary VGA" mode. Your OS should boot using the on-board adapter and then you can tell the OS that it should "Extend the Desktop" to the second (PCI) adapter. Your results may vary.