Question about ATI 109-57400-00 Graphics Rage 128 Pci Video Card, Ver.2.0, P/n:10257
I have a dell 2004 computer with monitor connection disconnect, got ati rage video card, to replace it but the monitor still is blank
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
just look at your video card if it has at least a vga port and an s-video/composite or another vga port then yes you can do multiple display, if it has the s-video you can get an inexpensive s-video to composite adapter for those older tv's
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Yes the card does support the screen. If you have blank screen right from turn on, chack that you have not plugged the monitor into the onboard graphics port instead of your Radeon. If you have plugged it into the right port then you have hardware problems. Could be any of the following:
2. Video Card
3. System memory
Try a different monitor and get back to me if you want troubleshooting tips.
Posted on May 09, 2009
You cannot use both the onboard video and a separate card at the same time. Are you trying to use multiple monitors? Your video card must support that if you are, and the Radeon 7500 does not mention that it does. If it does, the ATI Catalyst drivers will have the option.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
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