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Windows doesn't load

I have an old Dell GX110 (4mb onboard video memory) running windows 2k. I installed this video card and windows hangs up while loading (windows screen status bar is abut half way) and won't go any further. Take the card out, everything works. Reinsert the card, hangs up. Changed the bios to "onboard", plug monitor into onboard plug, everything is fine. The only options in the bios are "auto" and "onboard". I can view the bios on the new card and see everything up to the windows 2k screen.
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Re: windows doesn't load

Here's 2 things i would try:

1. Install the latest bios first:
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2. When you install the new card, go into the bios first and disable onboard graphics (seems like theres isn't an option for that unfortunately, but check again anyway) choose "auto" if you have no "disable" feature.

3. If you have another pc, or a friend with another pc i would test the card on a different pc just to make sure its not a faulty card.

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