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Nvidia Geforce FX5200 128mb DDR AGP 8x

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     I've got da same problem wid geforce fx5200 128mb. When i tried to install drivers it just says "Navidia setup could not locate any drivers compatible wid your current hardware". I've got ASUS main board model P4S533. I've also checked MSI graphics card 256mb dat works fine.

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Hi, since you mentioned you installed an MSI card & it worked well. I can assume you changed the bios & to boot to the AGP rather than the Integrated 3D video. This is good. Notice the message you got from Nvivia. It could not locate any compatible drivers. This can indacates 1 of 4 reasons.
1. The 5200 was not completely incerted into the AGP slot.
2. The AGP slot is dirty & needs cleaned.
3. Nvidia software was installed but previouse graphics software was not removed (un-installed) before the installation of the nvidia software.
4.The card is bad.
Suggest you download the latest driver software from Nvidia.

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