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Installing AGP video card

I have an Acer Aspire T135 desktop with onboard graphics. I'm trying to install a nVIDEA GeForce MX4000 AGP video card. When I boot, the system temporarily recognizes the new card ( I have the monitor plugged into it)but, when Windows begins to boot, the screen goes blank and the signal light goes yellow.

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Re: installing AGP video card

Don't boot with the monitor connected to the card. You need to let it boot into windows and install the drivers for it first. Once you do that,shutdown and restart with the monitor plugged into it and it should work.

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