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Is my main board defective??

Recently i had an odl pc at hme,a pentium 2.. 1 tried a lot of graphics cards and it really worked well.. But someday before a frien sold a pentium 3 with me.. iits really good but when i put the graphics cards in it,my monitor does not display anything.. like mu monitor is not plugged.. but i checked all graphics cads..only one hardly works.. why is it so?? its a creative 16mb graphics card.. i tried S3 trio 3D/2X... 4mb i tried S3 savage4...32mb i tried creative 8mb i even tried S3 trio 1mb.. But the same prob.. i dont know why is this so... someone please help me.. i am really scared if i buy another ge-force and i cant use it on my pc..

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Re: Is my main board defective??

You should download and install the correct drivers for your video card as well. They should work with basic functionality anyway. As Stan says check the AGP is enabled in your BIOS not only the on-board graphics (on my PC I have two options for this, "OnBoard/AGP" or "PCI" so this doesn't arise)
There are many guides to install a new / different graphics card in your computer eg there's one here


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Re: Is my main board defective??

Hi, The problem sounds to me like you need to access the bios and make sure the AGP is enabled. If this is enabled then you may need to go to the manufacturers site and download the drivers for your board and operating system. With a P3 you should have no trouble running XP so if you are not using this already then perhaps you need to upgrade as XP has a very good set of drivers built in and will run most video cards and sound cards Regards mistyman

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