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AGP is a bit old for win7, i'd drop it. that said, if the ati
card is an addin perhaps your onboard (via) chip is causing the
problem. turn it off in your bios so that the install never even
detects it and use drivers from ati.
The first thing is to make sure that your CD/DVD drive has the windows disk in it. Also check drive C which is where the windows will be installed. It may require that it is hard formated. Hard formatted means "format x /u" [format-space-drive to be formatted-space-right slash-u]. This will place the drive for "windows xp sp2", all of it, to one pass of zeroes. So, once we have a clean drive C and the installation disc is inserted into the CD/DVD drive, you may proceed to install. You will need to find "install" or "setup" and start it on he "RUN" mode. Any questions or help get back to me. CONSTANTIN (arzconst)
this nothing new this asus motherborads try and reset your cmos some times this works and you need to make sure your board can take your gf card has some of them can only take 128bit or 256 or 512 or 1gb