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Trying to change out graphics card

I have a P4VXASD motherboard that I am currently using a AGP TNT2-VANTA graphics card, and it works fine with low end games and graphics. I wanted play higher end games such as LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Indiana Jones, so I found a used e-GeForce 6200LE, 256Mb DDR2 graphics card and installed it. The monitor would not receive any data, it seemed that the pc would not boot, or basically not work with this graphics card.
So I thought that the card was just bad.

Today I found a supposedly new and unused Diamond Stealth S85, 128 Mb DDR graphics card new in box, and it is doing the same thing.
Is there something that I need to configure on the motherboard to used these cards or are these just to much card for this motherboard?

As I wrote, I could not get the pc to communicate with the monitor, the monitor was acting like it could not receive the data, so I could not get into the BIOS or anything.
Thanks for any advice.
Daljaxon

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I think its youre power supply, try getting a new one youll need to buy one with more volts.

or might be you damaged youre computer with static electricity

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