Question about ATI RADEON HD 2600 PRO Graphic Card
I am attempting to run an ATI Radeon hd 2600 pro agp 8x/4x 1 gb video graphics card on windows xp pro with 1.25 gb of ram and a 2.66 intell celeron D cpu on a Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000-G rev 4.0 mobo with one 20 gb slave ide drive adn one 60 gb slave ide with one case fan. My problem is that once it boots into windows it just freezs, wont go any further. The manufacturer suggests a 450 w power supply assuming fully decked pc. I am using 480 w so I am over the specs. They also suggest 1 GB os memory and I also exceed that. Is there some sort of jumper setup that I need to perform, or is this card simply too much for my pc? Can I Fix this with a cpu upgrade? Just wondering what I can do.
May have lost a dll file
get computer into safe mode
run chkdsk for bad sectors
go into task manager see what is slowing the computer so much ...end task on the unwanted usage
you may have to reduce what programs are on the hard drive
check for virus or troguns
is restoring computer from a restore point
or reloading xp a possibility
Posted on Mar 30, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have on board graphics try removing video card and reboot when computer rebooted turn it of and refit card and restart when restarted computer should recognize new hard ware and should find the already installed drivers if not try installing drivers again
Sometimes windows does not recognize new hardware until its refitted
had this problem with modems alot and the above method solved it
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
Posted on Feb 18, 2009
That graphics card i'm afraid is not good for todays games, same thing goes for your pentium 4. A driver update may fix your problem but that card and cpu need changing, probably a new motherboard would be needed also to fit a pci express graphics card along with a core 2 duo processor.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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ATI Radeon X1650Pro (AGP 8x, 512MB) General
Device Type Graphics adapter
Enclosure Type Plug-in card
Vista Capability This graphics card is capable of running the new Aero interface featured in Windows Vista Home Premium and higher.
Interface Type AGP 8x
Graphics Processor / Vendor ATI Radeon X1650 Pro
Graphics Card Performance This card's graphics processor and memory mean that it is not recommended for most games, but it will still be fine for office applications and other normal computing tasks.
RAMDAC Clock Speed 400.0 MHz
Video Memory Installed 512.0 MB
Technology DDR2 SDRAM 128-bit
Features Avivo Technology
API Supported OpenGL 2.0,
Max Monitors Supported 2.0
TV Interface HDTV out
Analog Video Format S-Video,
Digital Video Standard Digital Visual Interface (DVI)
Interfaces 1.0 x DVI-I (dual link) - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15),
1.0 x HDTV output - 29 pin combined DVI,
1.0 x VGA
Compatible Slots 1.0 x AGP
Microsoft Certifications Certified for Windows Vista
OS Required Microsoft Windows XP,
Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005,
Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit Edition,
Microsoft Windows Vista
Recommended Power Supply 350.0 Watt
Peripheral / Interface Devices CD-ROM
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