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PNY geforce 6600 ddr 256mb agp/ with Asrock k7s41 motherboard When i install PNY geforce 6600, sis 741 chip on mobo seem to be still running. have changed to AGP from PCI in bios, card will install, but i then lose DVD rom, and usb`s etc in windows???. psu is only 250w is this the prob, or should jumpers be shorted on mobo? is the card too fast for my AGP slot? have no manual for the 6600? my memory is only 512mb I have uninstalled previous driver onboard(741) still dont work? getting reboots, blue screens so fast i cant see them before crash? i am no expert, help please thanks.

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PSU 250W usually isn`t good with GF6600 (like and high) videocards. Strongly recommended 350W and high for this configuration (and "350W" - not only numbers in model - for really QUALITY PSUs).

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