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Loss of output from graphics fx5200 card.

Hello all

An old system. Asrock K7VT2 motherboard with 384meg of SDR ram, running XP Home.

I bought a couple of 512MB strips of DDR memory as per motherboard manual spec. Took out the existing RAM and inserted one new strip. On reeboot, the monitor displays 'no signal input' message. Tried it in both RAM sockets with the same result.

I'm reluctant to try the other strip.

If I reinsert the old SDR strips, all seems well, albeit a bit slow!

Any advice would be appreciated.

Cheers

DJ






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  • deejay2 Jul 28, 2008

    Thanks colliewob.



    The problem is now solved.



    I updated the graphics card driver.



    Cheers



    DJ

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Did you try 1 new ram at a time.also did you check the ram settings in the BIOS
get the numbers off of the new ram and do a search for them on the net they may not be not correct for your computer

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