Question about Biostar P4M800-M7A Motherboard
Installed known good video card
That motherboard should have onboard graphics, did you try booting from that and maybe going into bios and changing the priority of the video cards if it has that option ? And then reinserting the discrete card. Also I imagine your monitor is known to be good.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cannot set resolution 1640x1050
To answer your question in short: If your video card and monitor drivers are installed correctly and you are able to adjust the resolution to 1640x1050 in your settings then your card and monitor are able to handle that resolution.
Remember that at higher resolutions your display card performance might become very slow.]
This is due to your BIOS shared memory being only 64Mb.
To get better performance you will have to upgrade your display card to one with more memory. ie. 256Mb. or more.
Best of luck.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
Good Day sir, try to check the CMOS/BIOS setup, and go look for Initial Display First, there are several options, Onboard / AGP / PCI. OR, after you remove your AGP, clear the CMOS/BIOS setup. find the jumper wire near the battery this sets your motherboard to factory setup and uses the onboard VGA. test the pc without the AGP.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
I have the exact motherboard in a everyday desktop. I ran into this issue myself. The video card was bad. It didnt give me any error beeps either. So, I popped a used AGP nvidia geforce 5200 in the slot and bam, it was back up.
However, make sure your hard drives are spinning. If they are not, there might be another issue at hand...
Hope that helps and let me know what you find
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
bigger problem with that!!
I Need a Answer For The Biostar -
I am useing a 430 Watt power supply
now that the onboard video from the back of the computer has broken/revoved
was removed for fire hazard risks/ was not repairable soldered broke loose from the board it was attached to made by biostar INC
I went out and bought a brand new ATi Diamond Multimedia Radeon HD 6450 pci express 512MB GDDR2
pci express card
my problem is my video is not coming up/ no post
now I did read there pdf material for my board on bio setting enabing features etc but thats only if you had the onboard video to get there first hahah
right come on lol
can you help me out here if theres a solutio
my only sollution thought of mind o knowledge where to go is
I can go buy a new board same 100 % at electronic pc store they have it take this video card back come back bio-settings with new board then return it buy the video card again then procide?? would you suggest that?????
Posted on May 28, 2010
SOURCE: no video on my
Here are the detailed specifications: http://www.biostar-usa.com/mbdetails.asp?model=p4m900-m4
There is an integrated VGA card on the motherboard, but it is better and more powerful to use a dedicated VGA card.
Just be sure to buy a PCI-Ex VGA card.
If you need further assistance please leave a comment. Cheers
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
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