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XFX GeForce FX5200 256 MB AGP. No video

My PC has no video with the XFX FX5200 plugged. If I unplug the Video Card and Starting my PC with the integrated Graphics then the PC works Well (Video OK).

The Video Card Looks Good Visually.

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Un install the video card and remove any software that came with it including the drivers, then reboot. Install JUST THE DRIVERS and none of the extra software. Then hook up the video card and make sure you have your BIOS set to accept the video card I.E. VGA or PCI depending on what kind you have.

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