Question about ATI RADEON X1300 PRO, (256 MB) AGP Graphic Card

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I can not get x1300 card to work on intel 865glc mb.

On board video works but when I install x1300 agp. no video.

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  • vannich Mar 03, 2009

    Thanks for the reply. The video card was bad . I tried it in another machine. I bought it off ebay used. Ebay is a hit or miss thing...

  • urizan Apr 15, 2009

    I have the exact same mainboard with 350W ps. My mb is D865GLC by Intel and I have all of the latest drivers and bios updtae installed on WinXP sp2. I bought the ATI X1300 vc from Ebay also! the sellers ebay username is "retek" right? I bought vc from retek.

    When I put in the ATI X1300 Pro 256MB AGP 8x the mb automatically disables the onboard video. I have my bios as it should be and yet I get the white screen at power on and throughout the WinXP load up, just stays white with several off-white vertical lines. Am I supposed to install the video drivers for newer cards before I put in the new video card?

    Anyone could please help me get it working...





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I have seen this before.have you tried turning the onboard video off in the bios menu?also in the bios there might be a setting something like primary graphics adapter.make sure it is set to agp.if your board uses shared memory for the video you may need to turn off all shared memory.also removing the batterie and power cord for a min will reset your machine back to factory settings,this might get it working ,or if something goes wrong and you lose all video(do this).also make sure your video card has all the power cords plugged into it.
Also your video card could just be a bad card.test it in another machine if you can

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    Charles Stillwell Mar 04, 2009

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