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Go under your start menu and click on windows update, and when it pulls up internet explorer click on custom install and you'll see all the updates click on hardware and see if windows can install the driver.
Shutdown and unplug your computer. Try to spin the fan with your fingers. If it resists or does not spin loosely then the fan will need replaced. This happens over time with the build up of dust inside the bearings. If the fan does spin freely, then check to make sure the secondary power source is connected to your video card.
you need a Power Supply with a 6-pin PCI-express power connector, or either a 4-pin molex to 6-pin PCI-e converter. One of these converters should probably came with your graphics card. The power connector in your card is located on the top-right corner if you pick it with the GPU facing towards you.
Hello there. The Radeon 9700 Pro was a high end graphics card in its time. Today the latest Radeon cards are 3870X2, 3870 and 3850 models. The 3850, while mid-high end range, would be a substantial upgrade from the Radeon 9700 Pro.
If you are planning to upgrade your system, make sure you choose the correct type of card (AGP/PCI-E) and that your current system has a good enough power supply to power a new upgrade.