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Hi, i ve intel 82865G motherbord. i want to add additional grafiX card to it can u help me??

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Just buy a graphic crd u want 2 use on it. add on ur board, and go 2 bios with push del on d kboard. then, turn off primary graphic card. if windows detect ur new grapich card, plz install w a CD of ur new graphic card. ones more don't frget 2 turn off the primary graphic card onboard first...
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Hi i have installed windows 7 to my desktop pc and i cant find the driver for my graphics card my on board graphic card is Intel(R) 82865G Graphics Controller


Windows 7* drivers are not available for the following older Intel® graphics controllers:
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For more information, see http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-030907.htm

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I have an intel 82865G graphics chipsate in my pc but i dont have the graphics driver for window 7 os . Intel dont have any drivers for their own chipset (sham on purchase of such chipset) so please tell...


The 82865G is a card that fits into the AGP slot of Intel motherboards with the 865G chipsets:
http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/intel865g/sb/cs-009166.htm
It's a little confusing to know exactly what you have but if your are hooked to a DVI output and not a VGA output, then you probably have the card. You can check in "device manager" by clicking on the box next to "sound, audio and game controllers". This should list your devices and, hopefully give you an idea of who manufactured it. Intel didn't make them and suggest you go to whoever made it. You may have to open your tower and look to see who did. If you look again in device manager but, this time click on the box next to "display adaptors" and see what you have there. If you have a standard VGA driver as well as some other, that will tell you. As far as onboard graphics, you can try to update here:
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=eng&ProductFamily=Chipsets&ProductLine=Desktop+Chipsets&ProductProduct=Intel%c2%ae+865+Chipset+Family&ProdId=1049&LineId=127&FamilyId=40
If you do indeed have the card installed and want to try the on board graphics, you will have to hook a monitor via VGA cable or adaptor to the vga port on the back of your tower.

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My computer powers up for 1 sec then shuts off its using a intel dg41cn mother board i diconnected and removed all hdwr except cpu and it will run steady and post a 3 beep bio i then installed the grafix...


Gd morning

O.k are you building a new system...the memory you are using is it the original memory,if so try a new stick or try it in a different bank..
Is the memory compatable with the motherboard i.e the memory you should be using is DDR...
how big is the memory...

Try this link

http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/dsktpboards/dg41cn

Hope this help....please rate this as i,ve taken the time and trouble to help...if i can be any more help..

Regards

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What video card comes with this computer?


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Intel(R)82865G Graphics Controller NOT WORK


So I'm told the Intel 82865G Graphics controllerdoes not work on any PC boards with this chip embedded? I will have to search through my many motherboards to find one and verify it. Is Intel aware of this problem and taking measures? For the time being, find a card which will fit in an open slot, like PCI or AGP or PCIe and at least get a POST. Is there nan error beep going along with this bad chip? This is very hard to believe that ALL Desktops with this chip don't give a screen. Please write back and I will get right on it.

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Does 82865g support 8x graphics card?


Hi there.
Yes the motherboard does support AGP X8 graphics cards.

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Display(VGA) output


does your system have on board grafix? or do you have a grafix card? if its on board grafix try borowing a grafix card off somebody to try in your system or try your grafix card in another system

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Hello ahmed adel,

Here is a link to Intel's website where you can locate and download all available drivers for their products.

http://downloadcenter.intel.com/default.aspx#

Hope this helps.

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