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Bios conf for pci-e card

Can't manage to install my ati 2600pro card on my p5k-v sokket775 motherbord. i diabled the onboard card in the internal graphic mode but then i get a black screen and my onboard graphic card is not working too and i have to resart the cmos jumper and battary.
i checked the ati card on another computer and it work's gr-8.
how can i get my card to work?
plz help me.

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  • bulabula Jun 22, 2008

    thanks for you're help but i think i figured the real problem.

    i checked the ati card on the computer with another LCD screen and it worked just fine.

    i have a new sumsung 971p screen and it seems that only my screen doen't want to display with this card.

    i need another solution.

    :-(

  • bulabula Jun 23, 2008

    if you'll read carefully my friend i wrote : "new sumsung 971p screen "

    the refresh rate of the screen is set to 60HZ as default the next option is 75HZ.

  • bulabula Jun 24, 2008

    yes it doesn't change anything.

    besides, why would the graphic card care about the screen refresh rate? and if it did wouldn't it prefer the lower choice?

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Try it without disabling the onboard video. It might be possible to use both. I know someone who has this board, so I can check for you later. Let me know if you still have trouble. I will have this person do a test for you if you need one done. You might need to flash the BIOS. That is a fairly new board. I just built a system with with the maximus.

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  • T&N Family Electronics Dean and Sherrie Terrell

    Could be a resolution problem with that monitor. If you want me to check with the person with this board, I will. First change the refresh rate if possible. You could also try to hertz on that monitor and see if the can get higher. How old is that monitor that you want to use. What brand and type is it.

  • T&N Family Electronics Dean and Sherrie Terrell

    Did you try the 75 Hertz?

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