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ATI 9250 AGP8X 128mb TV out DVI graphics card

I have a ATI 9250 AGP8X 128mb TV out DVI graphics card, when i connect it to my motherboard it does not seem to detect it.ASUS P5PE-VM motherboard
The person i got it from used it on a lcd screen and it worked
can anybody help
thanks
rio

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  • rio65 Mar 05, 2008

    It still does not detect the card.The screen displays (no signal).

    I however tried another agp card that i had and it detected it

    i think the 9250 might be fulty and only work using the dvi connection.

    thanks so mch for your advice i believe it was spot on

  • john mc donald May 11, 2010

    did you have on board before you got it if so you need to change the bios setting from onboard to agp save when exiting bios that should fix it

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Hi rio,
In your manual on pg. x, you'll find your motherboard uses an integrated Intel® Extreme graphics card. You'll need to enter the bios. As you start up the PC start pressing the Delete key on the keyboard every 2 seconds. The main menu of the bios will open. Look at the bottom of the screen to see the instructions on how to move around in the bios using your keyboard. The mouse does not function while in the bios.
Goto Advanced menu pg. 2-4 in your manual. High-lite,
On-board Devices Configuration, press enter. Go-to Advanced Chip-set Settings pg. 2.4.2 in your manual as a guide.
What your looking for is Graphics Adapter Priority. It's currently set as [Internal VGA]. You need to change it to, [AGP/PCI]. Save & exit. The system will re-start. Your windows screen will not look good. It will once you get your ATI 9250 software installed. However I suggest you not install your software drivers for the 9250 just yet because ATI has newer software online. Your going to install the latest software sooner or later & when you do you'll have to un-install the old software first. So I'll past the link for your ATI 9250 AGP card here. Just click the link & it will take you right to the download site. This is the latest software package for your 9250. http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/xp/radeon-prer300-xp.html

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    Mike Peluso Mar 05, 2008

    rio,

    I'd hate it for you to go back wards & re-try the 9250 but after you corrected the bios you mentioned there was no display on your monitor. You know there is two monitor connectors on the back of the 9250 card. One VGA (standard) & one DVI connector. Understanding as you mentioned you do not have a DVI adapter. Your 9250 was sending out signal through the DVI port. I know you need video display in order to see. Once the software would have been installed you would have been able to change the video card to display out through the VAG connector. Your friend should have also given you the DVI connector. If you decide you still want to use the 9250 even as a back-up card you can buy the adapter at the link below or search for more that may be cheaper. http://sewelldirect.com/DVIAMTOVGAF.asp

    rio, what did you replace the 9250 with?

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