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Cant insall new graphics card

Hello i have a mew-am mother board with the intell 810 chipset and ive upgraded my prosser and memmory and now i have a new geforce fx 5500 graphics card and evry time i install the card the mother board beeps the beeps tell me its the chip set isnt letting the card run and some one told me to go threw the bios and turn off the chip set then install it but the video bios is shadowed and wont give me the option to do that.how do you unshaddow the video bios???? or is their a update that dose that 4 me??????

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The graphic card is a plug and play device meaning as you install it, it is giving its resource and it starts working but you install yours and the motherboard beeps means
1. there was a change in the CMOS configuration which should not occur
2. the CMOS utility did not identify any graphic device
i think your graphic device is questionable it could not be good is the word.



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Posted on Feb 15, 2008

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