My comp. screen flikring or heng so many times My comp. expert says that it is because of your AGP card or the slot of your Agp card Now I am confused, I think I choose rong motherbord..My motherbord is Asus K8S-MX & my agp card 128mb.
What can I do ?..Pl..send me a solution of this problem in brief, I am very thankfull to you people..
Re: THE SLOT OF AGP CARD IS LOOSE WHAT'S THE OPTION?
First use ur on board display card for this
pick out ur agp card from agp slot and then check ur display if it is ok then change ur agp card if it is not ok then clean ur ram and re insert in motherboard and then chk if same then try with other ram moduel.
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It should be printet in on the mainboard what socket it is. There is 2 different ones: AGP and PCI-E slot I think you have an PCI-E slot. All newer mainboard have pci-e slot. An AGP socket card does not fit:
If you are unfamiliar with mounting a graphic card Let a expert do the job. It does not cost much. Make also sure you have the driver for it.
Asrock K7VM3 mother board with AMD Athlon 2600+ processor.
The Motherboard is having a AGP slot which says to use AGP with 4X and 1.5 V
Can someone suggest the market products available
when I contact the technical team of Asrock. they responded as below:
The AGP slot on K7VM3 is the standard AGP x8 slot , as long as the
VGA card you want to buy is standard AGP VGA card , K7VM3 can support
the standard AGP VGA card.
Or , you can double check your question with your VGA card vender before you buy it .
Generally you dont need to disable the onboard VGA to AGP, all you need to do is to ensure that you plug the monitor lead into the AGP VGA card.
However if you wish to disable the onbaord VGA then please do the following
1) Ensure that the monitor lead is plugged into the onboard VGA card/port 2) Siwitch on PC then press F12, esc or del key to enter detup (When switching on there will be a message that says press X to enter setup) 3) This will present you with a blue BIOS screen, if yuo go through the menu there will be a option that says 'onboard/integrated peripherals' 4) choose that option and there will be a further option 'onboard VGA' this will be set to enabled. Set this to disabled and then save and exit 5) Note at this point you will have to move the VGA cable from the monitor from the back of the VGA prot to the AGP VGA card
Good Day sir, try to check the CMOS/BIOS setup, and go look for Initial Display First, there are several options, Onboard / AGP / PCI. OR, after you remove your AGP, clear the CMOS/BIOS setup. find the jumper wire near the battery this sets your motherboard to factory setup and uses the onboard VGA. test the pc without the AGP.
In your BIOS on the main screen choose INTEGRATED PERIPHERIALS (get a copy of your manual here if you don't have one), then go to INIT DISPLAY FIRST, and choose AGP. It's not clear from the manual if AGP is an available option, choose PCI slot if it is not. ECS is notoriously sloppy with their BIOS programming.
While you are in the BIOS, under ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES choose AGP &P2P BRIDGE CONTROL then make sure your AGP DATA RATE is set to auto.
LOOK ON THE MB FOR A AGP SLOT, THIS SLOT SEAT 4-5 INCHES FROM THE BACK OF THE BOARD AND IT IS SITTING ALL BY ITSELF.
YOU JUST HAVE TO FIGURE HOW MUCH YOU WANT TO SPEND AND DO ALOT OF READING ON THAT SUBJECT.