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Upgrade the video card

I have asus a7a266 motherboard, 1.01ghz amd 1g memory.
64m apg video card but the image is soo slow. i bought 128 mb of pci
e-geforce fx5200 but anytime i conect the fun comes on then immediately everything goes off. please can you help me.
thanks Soli

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I think your power supply unit (PSU) cannot deliver enough power to cater all the devices in your system. Replace with a new and higher rating of PSU.

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Added 1G memory, for a total of 2GB. the system still only sees 1G


If you installed total 4GB memory, the system will detect less than 4GB of total memory because of address space allocation for other critical functions, such as:

- System BIOS (including motherboard, add-on cards, etc..)
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- Memory mapped I/O
- configuration for AGP/PCI-Ex/PCI
- Other memory allocations for PCI devices

Different onboard devices and different add-on cards (devices) will result of different total memory size.
e.g. more PCI cards installed will require more memory resources, resulting of less memory free for other uses.

On a SLI system, since PCI-Ex graphic cards will occupy around 256MB, another 256MB will be occupied after you install a 2nd PCI-Ex graphic card. Hence, 2.75GB memory left only if two SLI cards installed on A8N-SLI Premium while 3.0GB memory left with one graphic card without other add-on devices.

This limitation applies to most chipsets & Microsoft Windows 32-bit version operating systems.

If you install Windows 32-bit version operating system, we recommend that you install less than 3GB of total memory. If more than 3GB memory is required for your system, then below two conditions must be met: 1. The memory controller which supports memory swap functionality is used. Chipsets later than Intel 975X, 955X, Nvidia NF4 SLI Intel Edition, Nvidia NF4 SLI X16, and AMD K8 CPU architecture support memory swap function. 2. Windows 64-bit OS which can address more than 4GB memory. You can check below URLs for reference:
http://dlsvr.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/4GB_Rev1.pdf
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well...ASUS P4S533MX- Intel socket 478 allow maximum processor upgrade from 3.2 GHz upto to 4.2 GHz.
for upgrade the Radeon 9250, 128 Mb DDR 64-bit ....whole moherboard along with new processor has to be replaced. an expensive deal..
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How much can you upgrade memory (RAM) in a asus p4vp-mx motherboard. There are 2 slots with 256K each (128 pin, I think)


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Grapghics card or ram?


No need for extra memory, your onboard video card is truly ancient- replace it with the best PCI-E video card you can buy.
One like this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814131359

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Getting you're system to display 1024 x 768 resolution depends on the graphics card. If you’re using the onboard VGA you will have poor display.
Suggest you use a PCI (White slot) graphics card with its own memory onboard. You will also need to make a bios setting change so the system boots to the PCI card and not the VGA.
Asus no longer provides support for this MB including drivers and bios.
You're board also supports slot A (For AMD), processors.
Only Intel Celeron and Intel Pentium III. Socket 370
see link provided;
http://www.cpu-upgrade.com/mb-ASUS/CUSI-M.html
Max CPU supported (With out over clocking);
http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Celeron/Intel-Celeron%201100%20-%20RB80526RY005128%20(BX80526F1100128).html
In order to run this CPU you would need to update the bios to rev 1009. You'll find rev 1009 at the next link; http://www.userdrivers.com/BIOS/Asus-CUSI-M-BIOS-1009-With-LAN/
From what I've read it is possible to Get an AMD slot A CPU into a socket 370 MB. (Don't hold me to this though. This is a first for an old dog.
Any one of these PCI graphics cards should function on you're MB; http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/Category/guidedSearch.asp?CatId=28&sel=Detail;55_158_2872_2872

Good luck!
Hope you find this helpful
Mike

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Want to upgrade video card


That depends on
What kind of slots you have.
Many vendors don't sell old products.
Find out what type of slot u have ie (pci) is it white or black?
When you know, that will be key to finding who has your card.
You may want to call a vendor to avoid taking a trip to find they dont carry
the older video card slot types.
If you find one, most old cards have a great price.

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I have the P5GD1 in my ''Fujitsu Siemens Scaleo P


Depends, increasing the memory will speeds up the system overall. However, you are using slide shows photos, rendering video which will slow down any system that uses a graphics card with slow memory on it or too little memory. It may be an Asus MB but it was made for Fujitsu. The motherboard does have a PCI-E slot. If you increase you're memory to 2GB and install a fast PCI-E graphics card with 512MGB of DDR3 memory you're system will run much faster.
http://www.nvidia.com/object/product_geforce_9800_gtx_plus_us.html
The next video card is a bit slower than the one above. http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4410186&CatId=1826

Cheers'
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