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P4pe-x mother video issus

It boots up but dosnt show any video output, ive tryed every video card i got from pci to the vga

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SOURCE: No Video Output

Do you get any picture at all?

Can you press the F1 key or DELETE key and bring up the Setup menu? Can you see it?

If you can't see the above, it sounds like someone was not grounded to the computer case when they installed the new motherboard. Static electricy is the #1 killer to all electronics. If this is the case, you will have to buy an aftermarket video card and install it to see anything.

The VGA monitor will work with any video cards on the market.

If the motherboard said that it uses an AGP video card. That is the only one it will use. Make sure the card matches the motherboard or it will not work. All video cards are marked on the outside top of the box and your motherboard is maked by the AGP slot. Make sure you get the right speed format also. 8X will only work with a 8X.

I hope this helps and I will check back later to see how you made out.

Posted on Apr 02, 2008

Paul319581
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SOURCE: Installing XP on a PCI SATA Card

hey change ur boot order in bios.....
put dvd/cd drive 1st...

Posted on May 30, 2008

map9966
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SOURCE: No Video Output

You mentioned you placed "another" PCI-E card into PCIEX16_2 slot.
You need to remove the video card from the PCIEX16_1 slot first & try the second video card in PCIEX16_1 slot. Page 2-4 in manual.
Boot the system & see if you have video. If yes than the other PCI-E video card has an issue.
Just adding a second card will not boot.
You do want to replace the video in slot 1. This way you do not need to make any changes in you're bios or add the additional power (Which is required to run both at the same time). (Kind of hard to get into the bios when there is no video display).

Luck!

Mike

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

nickstorm
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SOURCE: I WANT TO FIX A PCI VGA CARD IN MY SYSTEM P5GD2-TMX/SUSING JUMBER

Hi again. As I mentioned in my other note to you, when installing a video card in a PCIe slot, you will need to tell the system (via Setup) which video to use. It will be somewhere in the various screens of BIOS settings for the motherboard. ASUS isn't really supporting this motherboard any longer, so the documentation I'd need to give you specific instructions is no longer available. Still, it is there in Setup (accessed at boot, by pressing the key prompted on your very first screen), you just need to look for it.

Once you've told the system which video to use, boot into Windows, and install the video drivers that came with the card.

Cheers

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

ghouliass
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SOURCE: video on an asus A8V-E deluxe motherboard

When you rightclick on MY COMPUTER then choose MANAGE, in the device manager, do you have another display controller appearing? if so, then you only have to install the drivers you've got with your new card, then in DISPLAY from the control panel, you will have to go to the SETTINGS tab and lightly move the second diplay then it will ask you if you want to activate it.
if there is no other display controller in the DEVICE MANAGER you should try to reboot and access the bios in witch you will found an option for selecting the first display controller to be used. so, choose PCI, and save, then reboot.

Posted on Nov 24, 2008

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SOURCE: BIOS dead ?

1 long and 2 short is video adapter / card failure. Replace the video card.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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