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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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I have a Dell Dimension 2400 desktop. It needs a monitor. I tried new ones from Best Buy and Office Max but they say no signal when I hook them up..I tried this computer with monitor in the following


Thank you for replying,
As per the diagnostic LED's, it is an issue with Video initialization failure. Your computer has onboard Graphics which is built into the Motherboard.
Video Initialization failure could happen if there is :
Unseated AGP card
Bad AGP card
Bad motherboard

As per your Svc Tag your system doesn't have AGP Graphics Card, Probable issue with MOBO.
This computer doesn't have a AGP Slot (Graphics Card Slot) to try connecting Graphics Card.
Need to repair/replace MOBO.

Thanks.

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I install a video card nvidia fx 5500 agp in the computer ,set in auto for the onboard video,and when i restar the computer .the video card is not working .and the onboard card as well.when i remove the...


Enter BIOS and disable your onboard video card, shutdown PC, add your FX 5500 , Turn on PC....simple and easy. I hope this solution will be helpfull for you!
Good luck!

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Can we replace the video card in the emachine T3265?


Hi,

Yes, the computer comes with 1 agp 8x slot available. You want to look for video cards that are agp and 8x. Here's google's results for shopping for an 8x agp. When you get one, you will want to install it. If you haven't installed a component before go to HERE. and download the manual it will instruct you on how to open the case, but it won't tell you how to install the agp card. The expansion cards are the white plastic buses that face the back of the computer. You'll have to unscrew the one metal cover to allow the card to extent out to the back, and you will put the agp card in the brown bus next to the white ones. Don't put in the white ones, those are pci ports not agp. Once you get that done, make sure you screw the card down with the screw you took off the metal cover-plate, and then start the computer and put the cd rom in the drive. The rest it will walk you through.

Good Luck.

Mark

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Need help with new AGP video card for T3092 E-machines desktop


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AGP Video slot


the DDR doesn't matter.

your motherboard has a AGP x8 port, most if not all cards for agp will work!

buy a AGP x8 card. - I have no idea what you mean with series 1 or 2, that has never come up within the 10 years I've worked with computers.


You can learn about the AGP port here
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Accelerated_Graphics_Port

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Upgrading Graphics Card


So your dell only has a AGP slot.

You need a AGP card

On nvidia side you can get
The geforce 6000 - series
Geforce 7000 series

On Ati side you can get
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Radeon Hd 3000 series

Remember they have to be AGP

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PLEASE HELP WITH AGP SLOT DISABLE ON VECTRA XE320 ....


you can't enable/disable the AGP slot in your bios unless you have integrated Graphic card inside your motherboard ..

does your previous graphic card work with the motherboard ?

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