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AGP Help My computer when turned on says " your agp may have a problem ". I have taken out the card and cleaned it ect.. but no ideas on how to fix it.

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  • snow_006 Mar 10, 2008

    It just wanted me to reset the default settings.
    Thanks Snowy

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If you find the error on the desktop your video card is ok. check the status of your hardware. explore>right click>properties and goto hardware tab> device manager> see if you can see some punctuation marks, then supply the right driver for the device. or you can go to your bios setup.(press del usually at pressing your power switch.) then look for load default settings and exit save. i hope this will help you.

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