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Dont know if i have video card in right slot which one is it . i just got this off a freind that was building it but stopped i have a Iwill KA266 plus mother board . and a rage pro vid card ..please help... rob

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If your VGA card is PCI card then insert it into the PCI slot(the white slots) of the motherboard and if it is a VGA card then insert it in your VGA slot(there is only one VGA slot in your motherboard with brown color).

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However Regardless Of The Situation Make Shure The Video Card You Use Is Compatable With The PC And Then Use The Video Card That Came With The PC Provided It Still Works Properley So That You Have A Signal On The Monotor And Then Boot It Up And Enter The Bios To Ajust The Settings For The Video Card You Want To Use ! See The Manuals For Both The Video Cards And The PC!

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I have a problem with a X1550 video card, 512 Mb, it seems to have bad contacts on the pci express slot. When i turn on the computer it displays only vertical lines, after repositioning the video card in...


looks like that your vid.card has a compatibility issue.
but since that you've tested this w/other computers and still the same?but your computer works on other vid.cards?
that means,there's a big chance that your vid.card is already busted.

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I have a sim crd slot in my laptop but i dont know how to use it or whether it support 3g services or not or which software or hardware i required to use this sim crd slot service


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The Compaq s3200nx comes with integrated video; Via KM266 graphics. It has:
Available slotsTwo PCI
AGP4x 1.5v
AGP is for Video but nothing else and it must be 4v. PCI is for all types of cards including Video.

You can get a PCI Video card with more memory on it than your current video.
You must verify your monitor connection. Is it VGA? or DVI? Make sure the card has the right type of connection.

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Conncting pc to tv


You would need specfic hardware on your computer and your tv to do so. It really depends on what video card your computer has right now, and what inputs your tv has.

To explain it a bit further, most computers have 1 of the (3) following types of outputs in the back. It can be VGA, DVI, or SVIDEO. To see a picture of the connections for refrence, check out this PICTURE

Now lets say you have the S-VIDEO OUTPUT on your computer, then you would need to have an S-VIDEO INPUT on your TV. You would simply get an S-VIDEO cable, hook one end to the PC, the other to the TV.

The same would go for VGA and DVI.

At this point, the best thing to do is this...figure out what type of INPUT you have on your TV at this time. Next look at your computer and see which OUTPUT you have....if they do not match, you would have to buy a video card for the computer that matches the INPUT for your TV. A good place to buy video cards is here: Website


Sorry if this was a bit confusing, like I said it is very specfic to the hardware you have. If you have ANY question at all please feel free to ask further!

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K7MNF-64 MB is no longer showing any display even at boot up


You shoould try a different video cable. If this does not work, you should make sure that the video card that you are installing to check are compatible with the system.

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How do i install a better graphics card


Start by Identifying what type of Card you need to buy. The Manual would be Extremely helpful in identifying What type of Video card slot you have. If that option is out you can look in the device manager and that should tell you what type.

There are many types For any modern Cards your Hoping for an AGP or PCIe Slot bare minimum you need a pci slot.

If you have a Vesa or ISA slot you'd be better off spending money on a new Motherboard & CPU

Once you know what type of card to buy PCI, AGP, or PCIe go out and look for the best card that fits your budget and that your PC meets its requirements

Most new Vid cards require a power supply connection or sometimes two or a special power supply adapter in addition to the available card slot PCIe comes in different speeds x1 x8 an x16 Make sure you have the right one that your card needs before buying. AGP likewise comes in 2 varieties AGP and AGP2 they have a different pin count on their edge connector so make sure what connector it has. PCI just about every semi modern PC has at least 2 PCI slots question is are the currently filled with other cards

Once you've purchased your card, you need to determine if you have an integrated video card.
This would be a video connection that is built into your motherboard.
If you do then you need to look up how to enter your BIOS to disable it (Usually pressing<Delete> or <F12> during boot up. Then go through and change the on board video card to disabled

press <F10> to save and exit
power down PC
Unplug power cord
Remove case cover and install new Video card
Replace case cover and plug back in
Boot up PC
Get Operating system up
insert the CD that came with the new card to install drivers and utilities (Another alternative is to go to the website for the GPU or card manufacturer and get the latest drivers) [ often times the drivers on the install disc are already outdated]

reboot ....... Congratulations your need Vid Card is install Now go play that game your dying to beat ;)

Hope this helps
Dave

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Ok well the simplest answer is to get ahold of an old pci (not pcie) video card and plug her in. If this doesn't get you video I don't know what will. If you're not getting vid with the pcie slot it could be disabled (idiotic I know) in your bios.

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as for the pcie slot you need to enter the startup setup and choose the graphics card that your computer uses which is mainly the "integrated periferals" menu, then choose that the pcie card is your primary graphice card or simply disable your older card.

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