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Graphics Card/ AGP slot problem

I got a new ATI Radeon X700 256mb 8X AGP Video card. When I put it in the AGP slot I have no monitor. Even when I leave my monitor pluged into the motherboard slot that came with the board. If I restart my computer with the Video card in I get no monitor and even with no monitor my computer wont boot up. Whats going on??? No one can help me!! Please Help!!

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Brian

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  • Anonymous Aug 20, 2008

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  • sasidon25 Oct 10, 2008

    I have same problem with a Geforce 4 MX440 8X. Screen goes blank after boot to Windows. Using a P4 -3.0Ghz processor and 2Gb Ram


  • bur-el Jan 25, 2009

    I just bought a radeon 7000 pci with DVI. When I plug in the card I have no monitor. I disabled the video device driver per the trouble shooting and same thing. If I put it back through the onboard VGA, it works fine.

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  • Enclosure Type Plug-in card

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