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AGP Card Problem (nVidia MX 4000 128MB)

I install the card on a MSI motherboard with a pentium D processor and 512 MB ram installed.It has an AGP slot, when i use the card it does give video during the boot sequence, but as the windows logo appears the screen goes balnk and the monitor says check signal cable. Can you guys help me ,Please

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You will have to set the agp card as the primary graphics device in the bios, either press F2 or Del on boot up and in advanced cmos settings, look on the list for hardware or similair and you will see that the primary graphics controller will list as VGA, change this to agp and then save settings and exit, it should then boot as normal. The only other thing is if you have removed a graphics card previous to fitting this one and you have left the old drivers on your pc, this will cause conflict, so if this is so refit the old card and then uninstall the old drivers and then shut down the pc and refit the new one.

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