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Don't panic. take a good light above your computer and start checking if every card and every connector is still correct inserted. Feel if nothing is lose. Even cards you did fasten with a screw, remove the screw and look and feel if the card was inserted correct. Everything you inserted in the motherboard should be checked. It could be a card you did not put in correct at the first time, but still made contact and only got lose because of some tension to shock.
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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.
remove the card, get the old drivers for the motherboard and reinstall them, then see if you can get the system running, if the problem continues to reboot every time you are going to have to reset the motherboard this means shorting out the bios and setting everything back to manufacture orignal setting, before doing this go in to bois and write down everything on the type of drive and all the information on that line
how the systems boots firsat hd, dvd, cd, floppy
on the motherboard is a sitch 1-3, most of the time it is on 1-2, you need to move the switch 2-3 for a few seconds and move back to 1-2, reboot
go into cmos
set up everything the way it was before you reset the system everything should work fine
reinstall the video card and drivers
disabling old drivers
maybe you must reset the bios in the motherboard. try to open your system then look for a 3 pin in the motherboard near in the CMOS battery.. it has a number 1,2 and 3 it is called jumper settings.... try to put the pin in number 2 and 3 then w8 after 10 seconds then gput it back to 1 and 2 in try to boot up.. ^^ i wish this could be help.. ^^
It sounds like the front panel wire has either come loose from the motherboard or is plugged into the wrong spot. Recheck the motherboard to see if the wires are in the right place & not loose. Hope this helps.