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Boot up issue

Added memory and added a SATA drive added new AGP Graphic card. when I boot up screen does not come on

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    GOT MEMORY MESSAGES AND I ADDED MORE MEMORY AND IM STILL GETTING INSUFFICIENT MEMORY POP UPS WHEN I USE GRAPHIC PROGRAMS.

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Your monitor may not support the SATA drive or the graphics card you put in.

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Either one of your new components are incompatible with your motherboard or you fried your motherboard.
Try taking out the graphics card to see if it boots with the sata drive and vice versa to make sure its not a compatability problem.

If you find it won't work after any situation then you fried your motherboard and you might as well buy a new motherboard or a new computer altogether.

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I have a Gigabyte GA-K8VM800M Motherboard with 2gb ram. I want to disable the onboard graphics card and add another VGA card. Which card should I go for?? Will adding VGA card, show physical memory as 2gb...


Hello you can download the manual, and drivers here:

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=1810#manual

You can add a graphic card 1 x AGP slot (8x/4x-AGP 3.0 compliant), supports 1.5v display card only.
And Max capacity: Up to 2GB DDR400 RAM by 2 DIMM slots.

ATI/AMD makes very good graphic cards.

Adding a graphic card on the mainboard will not slow the physical memory. It has it`s own ram.

Good luck

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Setup dual-boot disks, one loads VGA instead of GeForce 6200


You should enter Bios setup when restarting and check that it says AGP or PCI for video display. You can then go to Start then Run and type in msconfig. Go through the list for the startup menu and make sure that NVIDIA is displayed with a checkmark.
When you installed the new driver, also make sure that you disabled the default VGA driver too. You may have to check that out. If both are running there will be conflict. Any questions, please don't hesitate.

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The screen when powered ON shows vertical colored lines from top to bottom. what can i do to resolve this?


Problem 1-cause from monitor or graphic card
Either the monitor is going bad or the video card is going bad. If you can get your hands on a spare monitor, try swapping it out and see if the lines are still there. If they are, then the problem is with the video card. You'll want to replace the video card if that is the case.


Solution-
Try restart your pc in safe mode. It will disable vga mode. If you are using pci-e card(external graphic card), try to change using internal graphic card to check wether that problem is cause from graphic memory problem.If your motherboard have internal memory, then you can change using internal memory. If your motherboard dont have it, that you need to buy new external memory.Before that, you can try clean and clear using eraser, to clean dirty at gold contact .
example link to follow.

Problem 2-cause from ram module
Ram modules can also cause vertical lines on a monitor.It's hard to believe but i have experienced it multiple times.The ram is detected by the system,yet the display is corrupt.If you open up the pc and touch the ram modules the lines go away.This is very rare yet a possible cause and easily overlooked.

Solution:
Same like memory graphic. Link
Try clean the dirty. Or if it cause from overheating, try using fan for ram.

Problem 3-overheating in graphic card

The video card could be over heating which causes what you are seeing, lines can also be called "Artifacts". Try opening the side of your case and see if you see these lines. Also, it could be a driver issue, try cleaning out your drivers using Driver Cleaner, and reinstalling the appropriate drivers.
If you have another computer, if the video card is a expansion video card (Meaning you have it in a PCI/AGP/PCI-E slot) try it in another computer to see if the problem persists, if so your card is probably bad and needs to be replaced.


Solution:

For this problem, actually, i try using fan.

 Absolutely is solve the problem. i'm added internal fan, modified it for to cool graphic (PCI-E). fOR THIS CASE, mostly the problem you face is your pc will restart, or suddenly your screen became white. However, you can try.


Problem 4-magnet radiation

Also check to see if there are any magnets near the screen or hard drive.

For this, make your screen like rainbow. and sometimes, it make your screen, showing the line and it also will cause problem with your pixel in screen/ monitor


video in youtube for vertical line solution

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sounds like yo had the same Probles that I had with my 5200 geforce The install did not go well. what was happening was the direct x was binding to the old mother board graphics system and not the new card . to make it rebind just change the refresh rate in the nvidia icon in your task bar . disable the display adapter from device manager for the motherboard graphics .put the card in the slot change the montior cord boot up check you direct x by typing in run dxdiag and test directx to be sure it is runing with your card you can also see that fron the about nvidia you must have the driver for the card installed to do all this.. hope I helped 

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Adding graphic card.


LOOK ON THE MB FOR A AGP SLOT, THIS SLOT SEAT 4-5 INCHES FROM THE BACK OF THE BOARD AND IT IS SITTING ALL BY ITSELF.
YOU JUST HAVE TO FIGURE HOW MUCH YOU WANT TO SPEND AND DO ALOT OF READING ON THAT SUBJECT.

GO TO THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES.

ASK.COM
ABOUT.COM
ANSWERS.COM
PCWORLD.COM
MAXIMUMPC.COM
COMPUTERPOWERUSER.COM
WWW.TOMSHARDWARE.COM
WWW.TWINIGHT.ORG
WWW.THE-VIEW.COM
WWW.HARDWAREHELL.COM

ONLINE AND TYPE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IN ADDRESS BAR

AGP GRAPHICS CARD OPTION
AGP SETTINGS
AGR CONFIGURATION

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try and start in safe mode
then see if your driver is correct in my computer property hardware devices

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White screen with radeon x1300 pro agp 256m


Hi porkchop_66_ , if you uninstalled factory graphics drivers, chances are you uninstalled the motherboards built in graphics card driver. Since you haven't provided your motherboard model & manufactures name I can't be 100% your weren't using an onboard graphics card. So I'll cover both.
If you added the X1300 AGP card, (Not replacing an older AGP card), you'll need to enter the motherboards bios menu & set the bios to boot to the AGP slot. If you replaced an older AGP card, its possible you have the monitor plugged into the wrong VGA out-put on the Radeon. There are two ports. One DVI & one VGA. Try each & check for display. Lastly, the Radeon X1300 card you have
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If all this does not make sense, post back with your motherboards model number & the manufacture name & I'll be able to help further. Post here.


Good luck porkchop_66_!
Thank you for using fixya.
Mike

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