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Removal of agp card

Is there a trick to removing the card like a clip or should it just pop out

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It should just pop out.. Don't force it too hard though, or bend it..

I find the easiest way to remove a card is by pushing up first on the back of the card (where is monitor outputs are) on the bent metal part that where the screw goes.. It helps get the card unseated without pulling on the board itself.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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    Dave MacPhee Mar 30, 2008

    Hrmm.. Didn't see the clip on the board..

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Your right, there is a little pice of plastic located near the back bottom of the AGP card. (some colored light blue), just push it towards the bottom of the case as you pull up on the card. That's it.

Mike

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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How to install video card?


Hello Ruel

I have step by step procedure about installing video card.
1. Turn off your PC, unplug it, and remove your computer's case. "Your computer should have either a PCI-Express 16x or AGP slot for your card. The card won't fit into the wrong slot, so you can't go wrong. But don't confuse your computer's thin memory slots for its video card slot."
2. With a small screwdriver, remove the screw holding in the old card or the metal cover. "Don't lose that screw! You need it to secure the new card in place."
3. If you're replacing an old card, pull it up and out of the slot (left). "If you're not replacing an old card, remove the metal cover from the back of your computer (right)."
4. Hold the card by its edges and position it over the correct slot. "The edge with the shiny metal bracket should face toward the back of your computer. (That shiny bracket replaces the cover, if you removed one.)"
5. Line up the tabs and notches on the card's bottom with the notches in the slot. Push the card slowly into the slot. "You may need to rock the card back and forth gently. When the card pops in, you can feel it come to rest. Don't force it!"
6. If the video slot has it, bend out the flexible plastic retaining clip that fits over a tab on the end of the video card. "When the card fits into the slot, release the clip, letting it hold the card in place."
7. Secure the card in the slot with the screw you removed in Step 3, then plug the computer back in, turn it on, and see whether Windows recognizes and installs the card. "Windows usually recognizes newly installed cards and sets them up to work correctly."
8. If everything's working, put your PC's cover back on. "If something goes wrong, turn off your computer, unplug it, and make sure you've seated the card correctly."

Be careful not to touch any chips. Touch as little as possible on the video card or inside your machine.
If possible, do the installation in an non-carpeted area to avoid static.
If possible, use the slot with the most open space around it.
If you do not understand these instructions or you lack good manual dexterity, have a qualified technician install the video card for you.

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The GeForce4 Ti has two rear ports. 1 HDMI and 1 VGA. Try plugging into each. Video signal should be sending out of one of the ports. If neither port is sending out signal than you'll need to trick the bios.
Suggest you remove the Gforce4 Ti AGP card from the MB so you can regain video display and change the settings within the bios. Once you have display, enter the bios menu. Do you have your manual? Enter bios menu by pressing the "Delete" key every 2 seconds until the bios menu loads. Open, Integrated Peripherals, see top of page 3-11. Set Primary Graphic's Adapter to: [AGP]. Than go to the top of page 3-10. Change the AGP Aperture Size to as low as possible or to: [Disabled] "preferred".
AGP 8x Support set to: [Enabled]. Save your settings and exit the bios. The system will restart. Press and hold the power on / off button until your system shuts off. Install your GeForce4 Ti AGP video card. Double check your video card! Some NVIDIA cards need external power above what the AGP slot can provides. Some use a power connector like the floppy drive uses. Other look just like a hard disk drive power connector: 4-pin Molex. If none is found don’t worry about it.

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if it still bleeps with new card then remove power from PSU, remove BIOS batt and wait 10 mins (or do the bios jumper trick)
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just a thought... its always best to remove Data cables from board aswell as power from the devices (hdd,odd etc)

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This XFX GeForce will function in you're Intel system.
The XFX comes with a Lifetime warranty.

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  2. connect the monitor to the card
  3. boot to BIOS
  4. check settings
  5. turn ON integrated video
  6. save and exit BIOS
  7. shutdown
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  9. connect monitor to motherboard video port.
  10. Reboot.

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