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KZM-6120 Motherboard I want to install an agp card of 128mb but don't know where. No slot?

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Hi my name is wesley. please make sure that there is not already a card in its place if not make sure the slot isnt a pci E slot as it will not fit on the board.

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There is NO agp slot on that motherboard

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I need video driver for KZM 6120, for Windows 98 Thanks in advance


try downloading and installing Driver Detective its free and if it finds your driver then buy it.

www.DriverDetective.org

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THE SLOT OF AGP CARD IS LOOSE WHAT'S THE OPTION?


first use ur on board display card for this
pick out ur agp card from agp slot and then check ur display if it is ok then change ur agp card if it is not ok then clean ur ram and re insert in motherboard and then chk if same then try with other ram moduel.

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I think that a cheaper card with 512 Mb DDR2 will give u the same results.

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2. The AGP slot is dirty & needs cleaned.
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System doesn't see AGP card


Hello flaxx

I believe you'll need to find a way to disable your integrated (onboard) video in the BIOS. I know there isn't a direct way to do it but, please, see the next link. The user there found a way.

HERE is the way another user accomplished this task. (disabling onboard video). It concerns a different Asus motherboard but, I checked your motherboard manual, those same features are available.

HERE is the AsusTek forum for your motherboard. You can search and post here. There will be other users of that same board there that I'm sure will be able to help you.

HERE is your motherboard manual. However, I didn't see anything that particularly addressed disabling the onboard video.

Please, post back here w/ your results, questions, and any comments, etc.

Thank you
BJ @:)

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