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Trying to install ATI Diamond Viper x1600 AGP Pro graphics card

I tried to install my video card, which is 8x agp. When I boot it, I get smoke on the screen and then the screen goes black. The cables are fine and clean and connected properly. The card was working fine on my old mother board. I tried to power it again, and it worked...until I powered it off and booted it up again. same thing, smoke. What should I do?

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Reseat the videocard. Could just be loose or rusty.

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