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I have no visual output. Please Help!

Ok, I have a ATi Visionteck 1600XT installed. I tried running the computer from the built in VGA port, and it obviously told me to plug it into the card. Once I plugged it into the card, it stopped giving any visual output. I have now tried all ports. Is there anyway I can get visual back?

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    I can't get BIOS or anything. There isn't even a BIOS Splash.

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There may be a setting in the BIOS to tell the motherboard to use the PCIE slot instead of the built in video.

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