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How to properly install Asus N6200 AGP video card

Hi. Im currently using a PC with the following specs: Pentium 4 3.0 Ghz processor, 512 DDR RAM, 80 Gig HD, ECS Elitegroup P4M800PRO-M3 motherboard. The PC has no video card when I bought it and only runs with Integrated UniChrome Pro 3D/2D Graphics & Video Controller. According to the motherboard manual, it supports for AGP 8X/4X, AGP v3.0 with 1.5V. To enjoy games, I recently bought Asus N6200 128 MB, 64 bit AGP videocard. I installed it as well as the driver, but the graphics and icons that appear in the monitor are blurred, or what PC technicians call "garbage" (from the desktop, the start menu, control panel icons, virtually everything). I brought the video card back to the store to check if its defective but it runs perfectly well when they tested it in front of me in their PC. They advised me to adjust the "hertz" in the Monitor  in Properties-Settings-Advanced window. I tried all the adjustments (60 hertz, 70 hertz, 72 hertz, 75 hertz, 85 hertz), so with the resolution options, but the same problem persists. Please advice what to do. Thanks!

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Set refresh to 60hz
Set color to highest position.
If this is an LCD, set it to the highest resolution
If this is a 15" or 17" CRT, set resolution to 1024x768.
If this is a 19" CRT, set resolution to 1280x1024.

Also, do not use the drivers on the CD. Go too nvidia.com and download the latest there.

Also, if you can get into the BIOS, try to disable the on board graphics if you see an option for it.

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