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No display with AGP card installed.

Display is normal but slow with XP service pack 3 installed.
Previously had Nvidia GeForce Ti 4200 installed and working, but one day the screen stayed blank on startup. Display returned to normal when the AGP card was removed. I assumed the card was bad
I purchased an XFX PVT44AWANG GeForce 6200 256MB AGP 4X/8X
video card and installed it. Monitor stays in standby during attempted start.
Removal of card restores display.
BIOS is set to default to AGP if a card is installed.
I am assuming the motherbaord is faulty.
Have I missed something?
I have ordered a replacement motherboard.

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It's probably the board its highly unlikely you get a brand new video card that doesn't display. Another solution try resetting the jumpers on your motherboard.

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SOURCE: No display with any AGP card installed

Could be a myraid of issues actually. One option is that the motherboad IS faulty (Asus, MSI all see to face these issues). On the other hand, it could be due to a faulty video card port (still involving the motherboard though). The last option you might wanna consider, although most remote is your memory. Also, make sure that each of the video cards pruchased are of compatiable spces to your motherboard. Hope this helped. Thanks.

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