Question about ASUS P5W DH Deluxe Motherboard
You mentioned you placed "another" PCI-E card into PCIEX16_2 slot.
You need to remove the video card from the PCIEX16_1 slot first & try the second video card in PCIEX16_1 slot. Page 2-4 in manual.
Boot the system & see if you have video. If yes than the other PCI-E video card has an issue.
Just adding a second card will not boot.
You do want to replace the video in slot 1. This way you do not need to make any changes in you're bios or add the additional power (Which is required to run both at the same time). (Kind of hard to get into the bios when there is no video display).
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Launch your video converter program if you have one.
If you do not have a video converter program, consider free programs such as AVC Video Converter http://download.cnet.com/any-video-converter/3000-2194_4-10661456.html
Prism Video Converter
These programs are cross-platform applications, compatible with both Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
Click "Add Files" or "Add Video," depending on the program that you are using.
Locate the video file you want to convert from the folder you saved it in, then click "Open" to import it to the video converter program.
Play your video on the monitor to ensure that it is the video that you want to convert.
Select the video format you want to convert your video to in the "Output format" or "Profile" window.
Choose from a number of video formats, such as MP4, AVI, MOV or WMV. Different models of MP3 players use different video formats, so refer to your MP3 player's documentation for the compatible format.
Select the output video size you want to use. Video sizes vary with different MP3 players. Some MP3 players support 320x240, while others support 640x480.
Refer to your MP3 player's documentation for the supported video size.
Select the audio codec that you want to use for your output video file.
Some of the most common audio formats include MP3, WMA, AAC and WAV.
Audio codecs compress audio with different output quality settings, so refer to your MP3 player's documentation for the supported audio codec.
Select 2 or "Stereo" in the channels box for a balanced left and right audio output.
Click "Browse" and select the folder where you want to save the output video.
Select a folder or location that you will be able to remember and access quickly.
Click "Convert/Encode" to begin the video conversion process.
A status bar displays the progress of the conversion.
When the process is finished, your video is in the format that you selected
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