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Display problem i am dealing one system, this system cannot bltten the vga option ,because i am inseert the pci slot ,this is not proper resulotion , it only display the 800 X 600 midel color only but i am working 1024 X 768 color ,how to solve this problem

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You need the CD that came with the Video card or need to download from the makers site the drivers or install program. You have windows default driver loaded. Right click on your screen and a small window will open go to properties and select adapter tab. This will show what Video card has been detected. It needs to match your video card.

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At what system are you dealing? meaning that you havent Windows, Mac OS or linux? For all systems your card need drivers which is for windows presented

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I opened my box and removed the motherboard i.o.t clean it but when i assembled the pc again the fans goes on but i dont get any display on the screen.... What can be wrong

Is the video card inbuilt in the motherboard or its external? If external properly you have not placed the vga card properly on the pci slot. Open and check the vga card is properly placed.

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VGA problem

if your motherboard is not showing display -- Don't worry--
just buy a VGA display card from any computer hardware store,
it should not cost you more than Rs.500. 
plug it into any of the PCI slots . 
connect yout display connecter of your monitor now to this output instead of the default motherboard output.. 
you should get a display.

IF YOU WANT A BETTER DISPLAY by an AGP accelerated graphics display card.. this is costlier,   
plug it in your AGP slot, this is different one than the PCI slot,
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Where is the pci graphics card slot for the dell dimenson 4500s?

The Motherboard Model for the Dell 4500s is 4T346, this has only two PCI Slots. it does not have AGP slot or a PCI-E slot for a Sperate VGA Card. Unless you have a old PCI VGA card, you have no option of upgrading your VGA. ( assuming you have a old PCI Vga card, chanced are the onboard VGA will have more memory than the old PCI VGA card)

May 08, 2010 | Dell Dimension 4500S PC Desktop

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How do I install VGA PNY VCG62256PXB 6200 256M RT

heres a link to a video tutorial from PNY's site.

after you have disabled your current adapter in device manager, you will need to verify that your system's primary display adapter is set to PCI in your BIOS.
1. Reboot computer. you can enter the BIOS settings by pressing F2 key right after post during the boot process.

After you have set the primary display, reboot and then shutdown. unhook power cord and monitor cable

2. find an open PCI slot and remove the slot cover from the back of the case. Insert the card, making sure it is seated properly (no gaps, not crooked)
3. attach monitor cable to the VGA port on your new card.
4. boot system. you will get the message that windows has found new hardware. cancel all the prompts that come up.
5. insert your drivers disk that came with the card. follow through the will have to reboot after the installation.
your video card should be working now. 

hope this helps

Feb 16, 2010 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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PCI Video wont work with Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M motherboard

hey try the removing cards.....
window 7 may took up it best when no such changes are around..
! Gb or 2 RAm is enough to get run your Win 7
and sound card is noot required untill you have 4 or more speakers

Feb 12, 2010 | Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M Motherboard

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I have pi945gcm motherboard i have no display on my pc what am i do

check the video card is seated properly in agp slot or pci-e slot. power down system, pull card out, reseat and try again.

If you are using onboard video, it could be fried if reinstalling driver does not work, suggest buying a video card which have come down in price significantly. Would not hurt to check system bios as well make sure vga is enabled for onboard.

Jan 02, 2010 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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Disable video graphics onPTGd1-LA

Every motherboard manufacturer has different ways of implementing the setting up of the display priority of the slots. If you add a PCI-E or AGP VGA card on a based board, there's no problem for the board to see your add-on card as the first display. If you add a PCI-E VGA card or a AGP/Super AGP VGA motherboard board, you will need to set up the display priority. Every board manufacturer has its own system of setting the priority up. Some of them will implement it in the BIOS, in the item "Integrated Peripheral"," Initial Display First", you can choose "PCI-E or AGP slot". However some other manufacturers implement the settings by using jumpers, if this is the case in your situation you will need to refer to your manual or contact the manufacturer for further help. The best solution is to seek help from the manufacturer of your board. Hope this might very helpful to you and good luck!

Aug 10, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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PCI cards don't function

as been have ssen in picture and specs of your mainboard you have a integratd vga vard and a agp slot. so solution may be this
with old integrated vga open bios program go to disply and choose pci input first. this enable you to boot from pci slot with a new vga save setting switch of computer put on new pci vga and try.
if no option to activate pci init first , sorry you can not boot any vga from pci , but only from agp slot.

Apr 05, 2009 | AMD Athlon , 750 MHz Processor

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Vga problem in a old system

Thanks for showing your interest in Fixya. Make sure the monitor cable is plugged properly or not. Remove the monitor cable and and power on the monitor. now you could see a message saying that monitor cable is unplugged. If that message appears then monitor is functioning properly. There is a problem in your display card. Replace it with new display card. Insert the new display card into PCI slot of the motherboard. Thank you....

Sep 12, 2008 | Gigabyte Computers & Internet

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Hi geminip3, you need to make a couple bios changes when using a PCI-E graphics card. Still have your manual? Go to page 36. Advanced Chipset Features. Onboard GPU (Enable If No Ext GPU). By adding a PCI-E card this should be set to Disable. Than go to page 44. Init Display First (PCI Slot), set this to [PCI-E]. Read each page.
Than save your bios & exit. The system will auto restart. If you do not see display, wait about a minute & remove the monitor cable to the second out put slot. Some PCI-E cards need more power than the PCI-E motherboard slot can provide. You may find a power port on the PCI-E card. Some look just like the power cord for a floppy, others look like the power cord for an IDE hard disk drive. The latest ones are black in color & one end connects to an opened 4-pin molex (IDE power cord). Let’s address the onboard video card. (No PCI-E card attached). Back to page 36. Onboard GPU should be set to [Enable]. Page 44. Set Init Display First to [VGA/PCI]. Page 45. PCI/VGA Palette Snoop, set to [Disable]. I was unable to find where in the bios one can set the amount of system memory to run the onboard VGA. ECS manual is not the easiest to work with. Note: Ihave worked on other ECS MB's & though the above information has worked out ok for some, its not worked out for others. If the above suggestions do not work out, suggest you call ECS tech. I have emailed ECS stating their manual is confusing & asked for them to explain bios settings for VGA & PCI-E. Correct bios settings for your MB & user jrl1261's MB GeForce6199PM-M2. If the above settings do not work out. Don't fret. ECS wil get back to me & I'll post their email here.


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