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Just built up a new system with an Intel DP43BF I can't see any Video to set up the Bios by hitting F2 the Video card is a PCI Express X16 Gforce 9500GGT Tried using a PS2 Keyboard and no luck

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Please try removing everything that is plugged into the board except for power and the processor and processor fan, then try to power on the computer. Also, please check and make sure that all applicable power ports on the motherboard have power supplied. If you don't get any beep/error codes at this point, you can assume that the board is dead. If you do get a beep/error code, please let us know so that we can better help you diagnose the problem.


Thank you.

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No video signal on boot and after it


First: Check to make sure that your monitor is plugged into the correct video port. Quite often people (unwittingly) plug it into the onboard video out rather than the video card's port.

Secondly: Make sure that the card is seated properly in the PCI Express port or AGP port (though if it's a new computer it's a PCI Express port X16)

Thirdly, if both of these are correct and you're getting no signal and the computer is powering on with out beep codes signaling, your new card may not be, activated in the bios, so switch to the on board output (if you have one, I'm presuming you do as most new motherboards come with one) and go into the bios and activate the port, the video card might be DOA and I'd RMA or return it to the person you purchased it from.

If you can't tell it's a dead card, I'd test it in another system. If it doesn't start in that system it's a bad card, if it does, it's a setting issue in your bios.

To get into the bios you need to press the correct keys; each manufacture has it's own method. On most desktop computers it's hitting either the F2 key or the F10/11 key on start up. On some Asus and Acer computers it's hitting Escape on startup.

If you can get into the OS and it's detecting the card, but you have to go through the onboard video card. You may need to enable the card in windows. Especially if you're running Windows XP or earlier.

In this case go to control panel-device manager- find your video card under Display Devices or Display Adapters, right click on the new video card and check that their are no problems detected. If in Windows Vista through Windows 8 you can run the built in troubleshooter to detect hardware issues.

I'd also check to make sure you installed the correct drivers for your computer. Most new computers today are 64 bit, if you installed 32 bit drivers you could have compatibility issues.

Without further details on your computer's build, age, and what processor you're using as well as the video card you're installing I can't tell you much more.

If it is a high end video card, as in a 400-700 dollar range you may have to attach an independent power connection to the power supply. Further still, if your power supply isn't supplying enough power to the system with the new card installed, you may need a different power supply.

I hope this answers your questions and gives you away to troubleshoot your problem.

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Use of PCI-e x16 slot for non-video card


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WHY would you want to do that?

There is a PCI-Express x1 slot on the motherboard.
Black in color, and in-between the black PCI-Express x16 slot, and a white PCI slot.

Use the PCI-E x1 RAID adapter card in the PCI-E x1 slot, and a PCI-Express graphics card in the PCI-E x16 slot. Sheesh!

A PCI-Express slot is not an evolved PCI slot.
Completely different technologies.

PCI uses a shared Parallel bus architecture, while PCI-Express is based on Serial point-to-point.

So your idea of how to 'fix' your problem, is to use a PCI-E x1 card in a PCI-Express x16 slot, and a PCI graphics card in a PCI slot?

Completely backwards.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Motherboard_diagram.svg

PCI-Express x16 slot uses the same lanes from the Northbridge, as the OnBoard video?

UTTER NONSENSE!

The Northbridge chip handles the Faster capabilities of a computer.
Handles the Processor, Ram Memory, and HIGH-SPEED Graphics.

HIGH-SPEED graphics is the Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) technology, and the PCI-Express technology.

The Southbridge chip handles the Slower capabilities of a computer.

The PCI bus is one of those slower capabilities handled by the Southbridge chip.

The PCI bus is also a shared bus. This slows data down.
The AGP bus, and PCI-Express bus are Not shared. They also have a direct link to the Northbridge chip.

The PCI Bus has to go through the Southbridge chip, which has to go through the Internal Bus, THEN to the Northbridge chip.

OnBoard video, or Integrated Graphics, uses the PCI bus.
When you inserted the PCI-E x1 RAID card in the PCI-Express x16 slot, and a PCI graphics card in the PCI slot, BIOS just assigned another IRQ for the PCI-Express x16 slot.
(Interrupt Request)

No fancy technology going on there.

Backwards technology going on with a PCI-Express x1 card in a PCI-Express x16 slot, though.

I do not concur, and do not think that is a good solution, Kevin.

Regards,
joecoolvette

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    * The PCIEX8 slot shares bandwidth with the PCIEX16 slot. When the PCIEX8 slot is populated, the PCIEX16 slot will operate at up to x8 mode.
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What type of video card can I use on this motherboard? D945GZIS AGP? PCI? PCI EXPRESS?


Your MoBo has (1) of each PCI Express x1 & and PCI Express x16 slots, and (2) standard PCI slots. There are NO AGP bus slots on this board. You'd want to use buy a PCI Express x16 video card instead of a PCI video card due to the better performance offered by the PCI Express cards.

The full details of your motherboard are below:


Product Description The Intel Desktop Board D946GZIS delivers an integrated graphics solution in the Essential Series by combining exceptional value with quality and reliability and supports Intel Core2 Duo, Intel Pentium D, Intel Pentium 4, and Intel Celeron D processors with 1066/800/533 MHz system bus in the LGA775 package. This board features a PCI Express x16 connector, integrated 10/100 LAN, dual-channel DDR2 memory, Intel High Definition Audio (Intel HD Audio) and up to eight USB 2.0 ports.
Processor Model: D946GZIS Chipset Type: Intel 946GZ Express Processor Socket: LGA775 Socket Installed Qty (Max Supported): 0 ( 1 ) BIOS Type: Intel Storage Controler: ATA-100
Memory RAM Installed ( Max ): 0 MB / 4 GB (max) Supported RAM Speed: PC2-4300, PC2-5300 RAM Features: Unbuffered, dual channel memory architecture
Audio Audio Output: Sound card Sound Output Mode: 5.1 channel surround Compliant Standards: High Definition Audio
Expansion / Connectivity Expansion Slot(s): 1 PCI Express x1, 1 PCI Express x16, 1 processor - LGA775 Socket, 2 PCI, 2 memory ( 1.8 V ) - DIMM 240-pin Interfaces: 4 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 pin USB Type A, 1 x serial - RS-232 - 9 pin D-Sub (DB-9), 1 x parallel - IEEE 1284 (EPP/ECP) - 25 pin D-Sub (DB-25), 1 x display / video - VGA - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15), 1 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45, 1 x audio - line-in - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm, 1 x audio - line-out - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm, 1 x microphone - input - mini-phone 3.5 mm, 1 x storage - floppy interface - 34 pin IDC, 1 x keyboard - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style), 1 x mouse - generic - 6 pin mini-DIN (PS/2 style)

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Your motherboard will support both kinds of Video card.
PCI is quite old and is only supported up to 128MB of video memory.
PCI Express is new technology and is by far the best card that you can buy giving you the best graphics experience and can support up to 1GB of graphics memory making it good for gaming.

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The Intel DG31PR motherboard has one PCI-Express x16 slot & two PCI slots. The motherboard also has 1 PCI-Express x1 slot.
You can use any of these slots. I am guessing you are using the PCI-Express x16 as you're primary video display. If you're not using the PCI-Express x16 slot & using the onboard graphics you could use anyone of these PCI-Express x1 capture cards.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=3493&name=PCI-Express-Video-Capture-Cards

For the PCI slot (Two whit in color). Any one of these.
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=1425&name=PCI-Video-Capture-Devices

Video capture devices include a learning curve. Do not expect to add one of these into you're system without reading the instructions. (I know little of this format). The PCI-E x1 will be faster than the PCI cards.
I hope you found this helpful!

Good Luck!
Mike

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