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Ati radeon 7000 agp card not recognize by the system


I have a pcchips motherboard (K7 m811 fsb266) and an amd duron 1.6 ghz
processor. and my operating system is windows xp.

My problem is that the system can't recognized the video card.
My computer shows that the video card im using is a sis video card.

Please help me wiht my problem.

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Re: ati radeon 7000 agp card not recognize by the system

Have you tried cleaning the AGP slot out with a combo of canned air & a clean paint brush? Set the bios for AGP 4X & connect power to the 7200 if power is needed. Still nothing. Try another AGP card.

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