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Motherboard not responding

Hi, ive just recently set up my old 865PE-A and i get no display from my AGP card, ive tryed many different combinations of setup and other agp cards but with the same result. The system seems to be working fine, with all componants spinning and powered...i need help???

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Re: motherboard not responding

This could be a RAM problem. try changing your ram. Is there built in graphics on the board of the mother board. You may have to turn this off in the Bios.

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Hello flaxx

I believe you'll need to find a way to disable your integrated (onboard) video in the BIOS. I know there isn't a direct way to do it but, please, see the next link. The user there found a way.

HERE is the way another user accomplished this task. (disabling onboard video). It concerns a different Asus motherboard but, I checked your motherboard manual, those same features are available.

HERE is the AsusTek forum for your motherboard. You can search and post here. There will be other users of that same board there that I'm sure will be able to help you.

HERE is your motherboard manual. However, I didn't see anything that particularly addressed disabling the onboard video.

Please, post back here w/ your results, questions, and any comments, etc.

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