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Try mercury's official website:
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I hav mercury pi845glm-agp , i want its bios file *.BIO


Try this link PI845GLM-AGP V1.0 or PI845GLM-AGP V5.0A
Choose the correct Model!!!!

A word of Caution!!!
Updating or flashing your mainboard Bios is not for the Novice, the wrong version bios install or power failure during updating will render your board unstable or useless. Flash at your own risks!!!


Hope it helps good luck.

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Have gforce4 ti video card NO PICTURE of any kind screen says no signal detected


The GeForce4 Ti has two rear ports. 1 HDMI and 1 VGA. Try plugging into each. Video signal should be sending out of one of the ports. If neither port is sending out signal than you'll need to trick the bios.
Suggest you remove the Gforce4 Ti AGP card from the MB so you can regain video display and change the settings within the bios. Once you have display, enter the bios menu. Do you have your manual? Enter bios menu by pressing the "Delete" key every 2 seconds until the bios menu loads. Open, Integrated Peripherals, see top of page 3-11. Set Primary Graphic's Adapter to: [AGP]. Than go to the top of page 3-10. Change the AGP Aperture Size to as low as possible or to: [Disabled] "preferred".
AGP 8x Support set to: [Enabled]. Save your settings and exit the bios. The system will restart. Press and hold the power on / off button until your system shuts off. Install your GeForce4 Ti AGP video card. Double check your video card! Some NVIDIA cards need external power above what the AGP slot can provides. Some use a power connector like the floppy drive uses. Other look just like a hard disk drive power connector: 4-pin Molex. If none is found don’t worry about it.

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Oct 22, 2009 | MSI K7N2 Delta2 Platinum Motherboard

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Onboard video died, how do i enable the agp card


if you can't see bios on start up, after pessing F8 on xp, try with F2 and F4 .. if nither of that work, try to unplug pover cable , reset bios by pulling out little battery on mother board, that how you will reset cmos, and out bios on default state. And maybe than it will enable you your agp port.. try and let me know..

Jun 28, 2009 | E-Machines T3085 PC Desktop

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Cant log on xp.


hi..if u want to run as good that VGA u need to set in the Bios as init fist display as AGP then find what AGP size appear on bios..if this all OK try to booting the system..thanks and Good Luck..^_^

May 11, 2009 | NVIDIA GeForce 5500 / 128MB DDR / AGP 8x /...

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AGP installation problems


If you do see the BIOS post but the screen turns black when your OS is loading, then the AGP-card should be OK. HOWEVER, you do need to uninstall your MB-video drivers before installing a new GPU.

Jul 06, 2008 | ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard

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Netvista AGP slot disabled


I added an FX 5200 256Mb AGP card to a 8307, and the Bios allowed me to enable the AGP port. And reports the device working properly.

May 26, 2008 | IBM NetVista PC Desktop

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New graphics card not recognised


Peter, you need to enter your bios & make a change.
How to enter bios? Start the PC & begin pressing the Delete key every two seconds untill the display screen opens to the bios menue. Peter here at the main menue of your bios look to
Pg. 29 in your motherboard manual. If you do not have your manual download it from the link provided:
http://www.ecsusa.com/ECSWebSite/Products/ProductsDetail.aspx?detailid=62&DetailName=Manual&MenuID=1&LanID=9
In order to move about in the Bios look at the bottom of the screen. There you will see how to move about using your keyboard.
Take your time in the bios. It can be confusing, even for me!
On pg. 30 change the Video (EGA / VGA) to AGP if available.
If AGP is not listed do not change.
Go to Pg. 35&36
Advanced Chipset Features
AGP & P2P Bridg Control Change to AGP if listed.
VGA Share Memory Size Change to 0 if possible.
The onboard/intergrated AGP uses part your system memory to function.
AGP & P2P Bridge Control
Play it safe & change to the size of memory to 256Mb.
Which matches your FX5200 memory
AGP Fast Write to Enable
AGP Driving Control set to Auto
AGP Master WS Write to Enable & same for Read.
Save & exit bios. The system will re-start.
If after your system starts back up & enters into windows & you notice you do not have video switch the cable connected to the other VGA out-put on the FX5200. Your display should show up.
Install your software for your new card.
Enjoy!
If you have troubles Pete just post back here & I'll address them.
& please vote...

Feb 24, 2008 | EliteGroup L7VMM2 Motherboard

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Fx 5200 geforce graphic card


You did not mention if the board your running has an integrated video card on it. If it does & you have added the FX 5200 AGP you need to make a change in your bios. Set the bios to see AGP. Re-check the insertion of the AGP card. Remove the video card. Use a strong flash light & look into the AGP slot. Use canned air & blow out the AGP slot. Re-seat the video card evenly into the AGP slot. Try again.

Feb 13, 2008 | XFX GeForce FX 5200, Graphic Card

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