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Xfx fx5200 128mb card problem no booting

I'm in a dilemma. my card is not working.it only showing me the bios details of the card. normally after that my mobo bios screen should show ,but nothing happens....it shows some problems before like flickerings in my screens ,freezing screens etc.after that i restarted my pc then no booting is the result.i unplugged the card and running on onboard vga and no problem at all.please help...

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  • Beto_1804 May 27, 2008

    The video card shows its bios details and the the monitor get black (No video).



    Working with the integrated graphic of the motherboard, the video is OK. My card is AGP.



    I have cleaned the device, used the DVI interface and the results are the same. No video.

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