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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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 .
Do you mean your motherboard should detect the graphics card that you connect to agp slot? If so first you need to do some settings in the BIOS. The settings may be different in different motherboards and BIOS. Some of the common settings will be like VGA Priority->In this case select AGP slot as your first device and so on. In some case you will get an option like 'Shared VGA memory' In this case set shared memory to zero. All these settings should be done before connecting the card to the slot then switch off the system connect the card and you are good to go.
I may help you a lot better if I get some information on your BIOS or motherboard.
sir, you cant replace it with PCI E from AGP, unless your motherboard can handle either PCIE or AGP. cause there is a motherboard which is compatible with the two interface video cards slots but in your case i dont think so. Better to check your motherboards manual for this.
Usually "on board graphic card" reffers to an internal video graphics circuit intergrated into the motherboard. If your monitor's video cable plugs into a separate card, then you can replace the card. If there is no video card, then only option is to replace motherboard. Might be cheaper to buy new computer.
Its the AGP slot where its in most likely. IF there iw weird stuff on the screen when running 3d apps that can either be a hardware problem or a driver problem. Try updating the drivers first. Most likely the problem is not hardware yet.
Take the side off the computer and remove and reseat the memory, if you have two memory sticks try one at a time,also remove and reseat the Graphics card(if one is fitted)as the second long beep depending on the motherboard indicates a memory or graphics card fault.
If there is no graphics card fitted (card which is seperate to the motherbaord fitted in a brown AGP slot), then you have an onboard graphics problem.
To get around this you will ned to purchase an AGP graphics card and dissable the onboard graphics in the bios (f2 or Del on startup) and in advanced settings set your AGP card as the primary graphics controller