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New Graphics Card

Hi I got a p5rdi-vm and as you all know it has an onboard graphics adapter.
Well I used to be on Windows Vista and when I play Call of Duty 2 I had very bad FPS (4-10 normal is 100-250) and I thought it was the graphics card. So I bought an XFX GeFORCE 8600GT for PCI-EXPRESS. I didn't install the onboard adapter's software and I connected the card. Now when I turn on the pc, the framerate is horrible (> 1fps) and in device manager I have no display adapter option and 2 System devices both PCI standard PCI-to-PCI Bridge with a yellow exclamation mark and it says:

This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use. (Code 12)

If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system.

Now I figured that since Vista has a lot of compatibility issues, it may work with XP, but I just reformatted the hard-drive to no avail. It's driving me nuts having to waste $160 on a brand new VGA card and it doesn't work...

Thank-you all who took the time to read this.

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  • Romuluswins Jan 01, 2008

    Thanks but I don't see integrated video in my BIOS and it was already plug & play off. I even tried updating my BIOS, but nothing.

  • Romuluswins Jan 15, 2008

    Well I got it fixed, sort of. It was a BIOS setting.

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As you stated you have a intergrated video controller. Before you add a PCIE card you have to disable the intergrated video in your BIOS. Also in your BIOS where its stated you have a plug & play OS it should read NO. This allows your BIOS to assign IROs and memory usage rather than windows.
Befor you do all this uninstall your PCIE cards software & drivers. Shut down, fix the BIOS reboot & install your software. If you still have problems download this program FREE and run it to clean your regestry: http://www.pcperformancetools.com/exe-file/exe-dll-ocx-extension-unknown-file-type-repair.htm?extension=windows%20error%20codes&gclid=CO3E84jBzpACFSBMGgodh2uHXg

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