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I believe that my agp slot went bad so i bought a new video card that uses a pci slot instead how do i access bios to configure this when recieving this error code at post 1 long 2 short gigabyte motherboard

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  • henrichjerem Feb 18, 2009

    okay so i need to configure from the agp slot to the pci slot how do i do that when i cannot pass post

  • henrichjerem Feb 18, 2009

    that would be what i am trying to do yes. I have been at this for two weeks can you help

  • henrichjerem Feb 18, 2009

    I will thank you that is very helpful i will let you know how it turns out

  • Peter Steiert
    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    Okay, if the system doesn't post there's something else happening. Either you reset a frequency and it fried your system or you reset a frequency and need to reset the CMOS. If the system doesn't POST either the PCI slot you're using is broken or the video card using the slot has some form of problem.

    So, give a CMOS reset a try and see how it turns out.


  • Peter Steiert
    Peter Steiert May 11, 2010

    What are you trying to configure? Are you trying to tell the motherboard that your primary graphics device is seated in a PCI slot or are you attempting to do something else?

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Hey,

1 long 2 short is video card failure.

if you had a pci slot card inserted in the agp slot and you powered on, the motherboard may be damaged.

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