So windows XP doesnt detect your new hardware. Try these suggestions:
1. Re install by reconnecting it to their respective slots. 2. Check, if the cards connected, supports PLUG and PLAY which means it can be detected automatically if connected to the slots. 3. If it is not plug and play, you have to configure it manually, try to install its software cd.
To see if it is already detected, go to the my computer and check the hardware devices connected menu (I hope you can browse to go to that menu) next, if it is already detected all items listed there must have no question mark on it and X mark.
If you have this mark, it means that the driver is not installed yet or you have to reconfigure it.
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if you had an onboard graphics card, one that was built into the motherboard then connect the vga lead back to that and see if you get an image on the screen then. If you do you will need to go into your bios and under advanced options change the default vga to pci/agp
then when windows starts it will start from your new graphics card and not your old one
Yes, it is compatible, just that you must first uninstall the previous video driver, then configure the BIOS to route the video signal to the PCI and not the AGP and only then install the new card. And in the end it will behave worse than the previous AGP card you got because the PCI interface is way slower than the AGP.
Just buy a good AGP card, PCI cards are made for office pc's in which the onboard one is totally obsolete.
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
drivers vga.dll version 5.01.2600.000(english)date 2/28/06 04;00:00 whql logo'd:yes mini vdd:vga sys vdd:n/a ddl version:unknown directx feture directdraw acceleration:not available direct 3d acceleration: not available agp texture acceleration :not available teste draw test direct3d the system is using the generic video driver please install video driver probided by the wardware manufacture. directdraw test result:all test result: all tests were successfull: direct 3d funtionality not available.you should veryfi that the driver is final ;from the harware manu facture. ram 512 mb storage capacity 160gb raid no graphics card:intel graphic media accelerator 900 gm primary optical driver dual-layer dvd+/-rw
Did you add a video card? If you have an AGP slot, it is best to put the video card in it. If so you need to go into the Device manager. Remove, disable or uninstall the onboard VGA driver. Go ahead and remove the PCI video card driver as well. Power down PC. Make sure monitor is hooked up to the Video Card, not onboard VGA. Power on PC. When Windows loads, it should detect the VGA card first, but if it detects the onboard first, ignore and don't setup onboard first. When Windows detects the card, load the necessary drivers when prompted. There is no need to reinstall the onboard driver for the video unless you wish to hook up two monitors.
Check the motherboard user guide for how to reset to default factory settings. If the BIOS is set to work with the on-board only and the on-board VGA is dead the motherboard is supose to detect that and switch to AGP. If is not doing that chances are not only the on-board VGA controller is gone ... the motherboard is gone too.
Try with a PCI video card.
1.Reboot with the AGP or PCI video card installed - assuming the on-board is gone but the motherborad still OK.
2. Press DELETE key
is supose to go in BIOS settings menu.
Browse and Look for on board VGA adapter ENABLE/DISABLE setting or something similar.
This motherboard does not have the advertised chip set on it. Instead of the SIS 761GX and 900 lan, it has the SIS 740GX and 190 lan. I had exactly the same problem and I wasted three days searching for the solution. Either the board is mislabeled or Foxconn conned everyone with a lesser chipset. The correct drivers are readily available at http://www.sis.com/download/ .
first check ur motherboard have builtin VGA or not. If its builtin vga first disabled the builtin and then install ur ATI vga card on ur AGP or PCI slot it will automatically detects and ask u to install the driver for it