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I NEED INSTALL A PCI VIDEO CARD.WHAT IS THE

I NEED INSTALL A PCI VIDEO CARD.WHAT IS THE CORRECT ONE?

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    PCI OR PCI EXPRESS PLEASE REPLY FOR HELP THANKS

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If you mean onboard graphic adapter you can try to download it from www.asus.com

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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SOURCE: need help disableing onboard video, and installing PCIe video card.

Hi rebelel1271, I do have the manual for you're Intel motherboard. You can have it as well. Click on the link below to download you're manual. document.write("D101GGC Product Documentation & Manuals") D101GGC Product Documentation & Manuals
Intel states you do not need to make any bios changes when you add a PCI-Express video card. See this on page 17, PCI and PCI Express Auto Configuration. Before installing you're PCI-E video card, open windows controll panel. Than open add/remove programs. Look for the driver software for you're onboard ATI Radeon X200. Uninstall that software. (If listed). Close all opened windows & shut down windows. Unplug the power cord from the PC. Open the case. Install you're new ATI Radeon X800 PCI-E video card. Double check all internal connections, (In case you may have bumped loose any cables). You're X800 may also have a 3-pin or 4-pin male power connector built on the card. If so, plug power to the X800.
Intel D101GGC driver page.
http://downloadcenter.intel.com/filter_results.aspx?strTypes=all&ProductID=2229&OSFullName=Windows*+XP+Professional&lang=eng&strOSs=44&submit=Go%21#DOC
ATI's web site for the latest driver's.
http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=xp/radeonx-xp
A little information. Once you're PCI-E has been installed. You're system memory will increase.

Good Luck!
If I can help you further, feel free to post here.
Mike

Posted on Jun 01, 2008

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SOURCE: can i install pci video card in my p5pe-vm board ?

You could by why would you?  Even your " on board" graphics are faster that an PCI video card would be. You have a AGP 8 slot. Look for a really good AGP 8 video card. That should get you where you want to go. It will not be as fast as a PCIe16 card but you do not have that option nor slot of *********** board. 
Below is the ASUS link to your board. http://www.asus.com/search.aspx?searchitem=1&searchkey=P5pe-vm

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Geforce 8400gs PCI video card

All most all PCI-e video cards require an additional external power cable to be connected for the video card to function. The standard PCI slots on the MB, (3 each) do not need an external power cables to function. However there are some PCI video cards that may require more power to function.
(So connect the required power adapter to your PCI card).
The MBs Integrated VIA® UniChrome Pro 3D/2D graphics is built into the motherboard and does not use any type of cable to function.

Cheers'
Mike

Posted on Feb 19, 2010

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Sounds like the other card is not seated correctly or no drivers installed

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No video on sy-7vma-b


No video on a mother board cane be a combination of a few things, here are my suggestions

Take all devices off memory, video and/or any other pci card. Boot up the system to see if there is a beep or audible alert, this usually sounds off when the correct hardware installed installed or installed correctly, thi is a good fast motherboard test.

1. remove memory and reinstall it
2. remove the video card and ensure it is seated in the AGPor Pci slot

power the machine up to see if you have video, if not then there might be an issue with either CPU or motherboard

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Trying to install a video card for my nephew. Nothing fancy. He has an emachines w3650 and has an EVGA geforce9600gt card. The card is pci-e 2.0 512ddr3. When we put the card in his case and start up...


The reason may be the card is not in the correct slot. PCI-E means PCI Express which is the fastest card availble. Its the smallest white slot on the motherboard. If it is not working or there is no "2 inch long slot" then the motherboard is not setup to handle that type of card architecture. The next brand you would look for is one that says only PCI or AGP.

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So..


Hi tmomonet, did you install you're PCI-E video card in the correct slot? Open you're manual to page 2-18. Once you have gone over that part of you're manual you will need to enter the bios to check some settings so you're video card boots with the system. (Please make sure you're PCI-E video card is installed fully into the PCI-E blue slot). (Some PCI-E cards also need extra power, if youre's does it will have a power connector on the rear of the card).
Once into the bios, open you're manual to page 4-20. Open PCIPnP. Than go to page 4-26. At the bottom of the page you will see, Primary Display Adapter. Change to PCI-E & not to PCI.
Save & exit the bios. You should gain video display. Once windows finishes loading, install your video card software.


Good Luck!
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Blank screen


where's that legacy card? integrated into the mb? if so you'll need to enter bios settings and change it from internal to pci. or at least check to see that the video setting is correct b4 looking at the OS.

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Checked all of those...any other thoughts?


http://www.fixya.com/support/t444871-915pl_a2_no_post_no_beep_no_keyboard

Lets address the video. Display is more important.
If your only using one PCI-E you do not need to plug in the 4-pin power connector pg. 20 in manual, see notes no# 4.
However it is unclear if this is true by reading your manual.
On other boards the 4-pin 12v power connector is not needed un less you are running 2 PCI-E cards.
(You will have to test this statment).
Disconnect the power connector pg. 20 in manual, see notes no# 4.
Remove your installed PCI-E1 video card & re-seat it, (making sure it is seated evenly). (If you have a second PCI-E card do not install it.
Start PC & enter bios. Check that your bios is set to PCI-E for video display & not VGA. Pg. 32.
While in the bios disable the audio. (for now).
Set Plug & play Aware O/S, to No. (This allows the bios to set IRQ's rather than windows).
Save & re-start the PC. Did you get video? No?
Shut down the PC & connect the 4-pin 12v connector for the PCI-E1. Start the PC. Did you get video display?
Other reasons for not to getting video display.
CPU not seated correctly / bad or bent pin. Socket locking arm not engaged. Thermal grease not applied. HeatSink not locked.
1. Video card needs cleaned. (use house hold Alcohol & cotton sawbs). Clean copper contacts. Clean out PCI-E slot.
2. There may be a short between the board & the case.
3. Connection is loose, (either end of the video cable).
4. Connected to the wrong video out-put. (Switch cable to second video out put on a dual out port card).
5. Have a bad video card. (Swap it if you got another).

Memory check.
1.Can include not correct voltage for board.
(you'rs must be 2.5v). No higher.
Over clocking memory in bios. (Set to Auto)
3. Bad DIMM. (remove one DIMM if two is installed), (swap slots in-between restarts).
4. Download free Memory Tester (click the link).
http://www.memtest.org/

Give the stuff above a try Stephen.
It's late & I'm wired.
Have a good day!

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