Question about Asrock K7S41GX Motherboard

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Problem with k7s41GX

Its funny ...my onboard video dosen't work , i reset CMOS ...nothing , when i put in a AGP video card ... it dosen't matter what model , no drivers work . ive instaled a Geforce 4 mx 440 AGP 8X 128 MB(tried GF4 MX 4000 , FX 5200 , ATI 9250 same thing) with old driver , and when i boot up windows my screen starts to turn off turn on , after that it freezes ,same thing with new drivers, in BIOS its set Primary Adapter : AGP , AGP fast write : Enabled AGP speed auto. please help......i really don't know what to do .

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  • tactik_diabo Feb 05, 2009

    could it be HDD problem ? cause when i start the pc it restarts like 7-8 times then it works good

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Try to check your RAM.. maybe your ram is LOSE connection or physically damaged.

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