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Disconect network, let it search for drivers if it manages to instal just go to Manager and delete them.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The chances are that you have an old motherboard which is not compatable with the new graphic card. Or you may be running windows 98 and are downloading the driver for xp or visa versa. The probable solution, will be to sell the new card on ebay and buy the best old card you can off ebay. Or just make do with the card you already had in your computer. If you are determined to have a better graphics card. A motherboard upgrade with better graphic card may be the best answer or buy a better spec pc second hand if you don't have much money. You'll probably waiste a lot of time trying to get the new card to work and it probably never will.
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
You should be able to turn it off by booting the pc up into the Bios and changing your video settings to AGP.
Posted on May 17, 2008
During boot press DEL to get into standard BIOS settings, while in standard BIOS hold CTL key and press F1 this will alow hidden features to show in BIOS. Enter into Integrated Peripherals and you should now see a entry called INIT DISPLAY FIRST and you should be able to select between PCI Onboard and AGP (Depending on what you have installed). I have the same motherboard and had also upgraded to the 6200 which works great after finding the hidden BIOS features.
Hope this does the trick for you!
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
During the initial boot sequence (as soon as you turn your PC on), try pressing <DEL> button (or F2 or F10 - you will see info on the bottom of the screen stating something like "Press _____ (del, F2, F10) to go to Setup..."
This will take you to BIOS, main setup panel for your PC.
There you can find and option for switching your main GFX card.
Options will be something like: onboard, pci, agp. You should choose
Try doing this after you insert your new PCI gfx in your computer.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
Did you install the drivers ->First from the CD, then install the graphics card?
No? Start over.
Once you install a device, Windows rushes over to match a driver with it. If you do not have THE driver already installed, (So Windows can find it), Windows will match up one of it's thousands of Generic drivers, or use the Onboard graphics driver already in use.
Power down, unplug the computer from power. Remove the graphics card observing anti-static precautions.
Press the Power On button in, and hold it in.
Hold it in for a count of Five seconds. (Count, 1001,..1002,..1003,..1004,..1005)
Let go of the Power On button. Do this procedure Two more times.
What you are doing is resetting BIOS back to the factory default settings, and clearing CMOS Error Codes.
Now plug your monitor back into the VGA port, in the I/O area of the Asus P5GC-MX mobo.
Plug the computer back into power. WAIT 1 minute, turn the computer on. When Windows has fully loaded, and all of your Start Menu programs, install the Drivers CD for the Nvidia 9500GT in your optical drive. Install the software.
If it asks you to restart your computer, Do Not at this time. Shut the computer down normally. Unplug from power. Observe anti-static precautions. Plug the Nvidia card in. Plug the monitor into the Nvidia card. Close the computer case.
Plug the computer back into power. WAIT 1 minute, turn the computer on.
Now, hows that?
[Advanced PCI/PnP Settings should be:
1.Plug n Play O/S -> No
2.PCI Latency Timer -> 64
3.Allocate IRQ to PCI VGA -> Yes
4.Pallete Snooping -> Disabled
5.All IRQ's (3 through 15) are set to -> PCI Device]
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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