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Please help me. I tried to install 4 new Ge Force and ASUS video cards. The screen goes black?

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FYI - I have this same system. It's an AGP motherboard. The 620G comes preinstalled with an ATI 9200 card. (I replaced mine with an ATI x800 Pro a couple of years ago).

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Sir are you using a onboard video before? or you got an onboard video available???

if the answer is yes just look at you bios settings about the video display and change it form PCI to AGP..

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