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When i connected the card in AGP slot after connecting windows is running in safe mode and lines are appeared on display

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    Graeme van Malsen May 11, 2010

    Have you installed the correct display drivers for your AGP card?

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I have solved the problem by putting the video priority on AGP from bios . after restarting windows was in safe mode and then i installed the drivers of ASUS A9550 128D/DR/8x

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The most common reason for this is that there is an issue with your GPU/video card. Typically it's a problem with the driver. Try loading windows in safe mode and update the driver. If you are using the latest driver rollback the driver to a previous version and restart windows in normal mode.

To update the video driver you can go to http://drivers.downloadatoz.com/1799,everex-explora-rs2800-vga-video-driver/

Safe mode can be accessed by pressing F8 on the keyboard when the manufacturers logo appears on the screen when you restart. When windows is loaded, go to the control panel in the start menu, select System and Security and open the Device Manager. Select the display adaptor to find your GPU and right click, click properties select the driver tab in the properties menu and click the rollback driver button or and follow the prompts.

If updating or rolling back the driver doesn't work, it's most likely a GPU failure. If you are using the integrated video, you can purchase an AGP compatible video card and install it and disable the on-board video in the device manager. If you have a AGP video card installed, you can check to make sure the card is properly connected and seated securely in the AGP slot and if it's still not working properly, it may be time to find a replacement.

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If you're having trouble on display in your monitor,please check the following;

1. Check your CPU if its responding,booting or the power light indicator is running.
2. Check the video card slot pin if its align and clean,as well as the serial/com cable connected ion both ends.
3. Try to replace another video card, might the current attached is damage.
4. Check all cords and see if there's some intermittent lines neither need to replace new cord.



good luck,

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I am not getting any display on my Dell 22" monitor once connected with XFX ATI Radeon 5750 card. Monitor goes on stand by mode. I have installed the drivers on XP 32bit but still no display. For...


Is one/both running in a PCI slot? Is one in an AGP slot? If you are running AGP and PCI you can select priority in the BIOS.

Your description points out that both are PCIE... so my first thoughts are probably moot, but I will leave them up just in case......

If both are PCI, it would depend on your BIOS - some allow priority asignment. Your motherboard manual is the best tool for this.

It sounds like you know what you are doing, but I will throw this out there just in case....

Did you try swapping slots and seeing if there was a change?

My guess is that you are a serious gamer and tweaking performance.... if nothing I offered so far has helped, check your MB manufacturer for any BIOS upgrades since running dual video cards, especially the newest and hottest ones requires a BIOS update.

Off topic.... I am VERY curious what else you have under the hood of your setup!!!!

GOOD LUCK!

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if your motherboard is not showing display -- Don't worry--
just buy a VGA display card from any computer hardware store,
it should not cost you more than Rs.500. 
plug it into any of the PCI slots . 
connect yout display connecter of your monitor now to this output instead of the default motherboard output.. 
you should get a display.

IF YOU WANT A BETTER DISPLAY by an AGP accelerated graphics display card.. this is costlier,   
plug it in your AGP slot, this is different one than the PCI slot,
you will get a better display and computer will run faster , cos this will free up your RAM space.

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I have no idea why you would go from an agp to a pci. Agp has like 8x the banwidth of pci.I'll assume the agp slot went bad. If you can get into bios before you lose the display,change the display from agp to "init pci first",save & re-boot. See if that works,then when in windows install the drivers right away. If that doesn't work, during boot at the splash screen, press f8 & select "safe mode" with networking. This should let you get into windows so you can remove the old agp drivers,then re-boot into safe mode again & install the new drivers. Then re-boot normal & you should be ok. If not,that board has a big problem.

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mother board have a problem,if warranty is still now u sent mother board service center,my friend is same problem,he send mother board and now it is ok.

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Connect your monitor card into your origional monitor port. Boot to BIOS and disable the VGA port. Save and exit. After re-start, shut down and install the new AGP.

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If your new video card has a power connector, make sure it is connected to a power plug. If you already did that, it's possible your PC's power supply doesn't have enough power to run all your connected equipment.

To get your old card running, hit F8 repeatedly during boot-up until you get the boot options. Select VGA mode. It should boot up properly then.

Once booted into VGA mode, set your screen resolution to something simple like 1024x768 or 800x600, then reboot.

If that doesn't work, try hitting F5 repeatedly during boot-up to boot into Safe mode. You can then adjust your settings again there.

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Peter, you need to enter your bios & make a change.
How to enter bios? Start the PC & begin pressing the Delete key every two seconds untill the display screen opens to the bios menue. Peter here at the main menue of your bios look to
Pg. 29 in your motherboard manual. If you do not have your manual download it from the link provided:
http://www.ecsusa.com/ECSWebSite/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?detailid=62&DetailName=Manual&MenuID=1&LanID=9
In order to move about in the Bios look at the bottom of the screen. There you will see how to move about using your keyboard.
Take your time in the bios. It can be confusing, even for me!
On pg. 30 change the Video (EGA / VGA) to AGP if available.
If AGP is not listed do not change.
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AGP & P2P Bridge Control
Play it safe & change to the size of memory to 256Mb.
Which matches your FX5200 memory
AGP Fast Write to Enable
AGP Driving Control set to Auto
AGP Master WS Write to Enable & same for Read.
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If after your system starts back up & enters into windows & you notice you do not have video switch the cable connected to the other VGA out-put on the FX5200. Your display should show up.
Install your software for your new card.
Enjoy!
If you have troubles Pete just post back here & I'll address them.
& please vote...

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