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Netvista AGP slot disabled

I bought several used Netvista computers (8315) on which the AGP slot is present but according to Lenovo support it is disabled. Does anyone know a way to force the AGP on? A BIOS reload? A motherboard mod? What?

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  • micrmac May 28, 2008

    Thanks for trying, but the BIOS specified for this motherboard by IBM (Lenovo) does not even recoginize the existence of the AGP slot, even though it is physically present on the MB. I will be trying to load a BIOS for a slightly different model to see if that works.

  • barry93 Sep 16, 2008

    Same Problem I had too. I upgraded the BIOS off the IBM website but there still is no setting for enabeling the AGP slot. I did see that there is a note stating if the slot contained a plug then the AGP functionality is not available due to the Intel 845GL chipset. If you figure out a work arounf let me know. email barry@rinsurance.net



    Much Grats

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I added an FX 5200 256Mb AGP card to a 8307, and the Bios allowed me to enable the AGP port. And reports the device working properly.

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In the bios there should be a place that lets you enable onboard AGP

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