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Trying to install 3dfx voodoo3 agp in my sons pc (time amd xp 2400)motherboard is a am39l. ive installed the card,un installed old driver for on board graphics, downloaded drivers for xp, rebooted. but when i plug monitor into new card all i get is "out of range" on the display. i have now tried this 3 times with no luck. i know the card works fine as it was from my brothers pc and works well on his.... help!!!
It means that the refresh rate is set too high or too low for the monitor, you can adjust this in the system BIOS, or use the onborad graphics, right click on the screen, select properties, go to settings, advanced, and change the refresh rate from there.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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