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The p4i65gv is an older motherboard, supporting Socket 478 processors. The only slots on the motherboard that support a video card are the 3 PCI slots. You will need at least one of these to be free before you can consider purchasing a video card.

As the motherboard is older, the video card will also be an older card, with low capabilities. It will not be able to handle high-end graphic-related tasks such as heavy gaming or 3D modeling. You can find a list of around 30 different PCI graphics cards here: Remember, the card MUSt be PCI; do not confuse PCI with PCIe.

Posted on Mar 22, 2011


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So you can no onboard video when using the onboard connection right? and no video using an external video card also right? In this case, the promblem lay with the motherboard/ram/cpu and not with your video card. Try resetting the bios via taking out your cmos battery or shorting the cmos pin to see if a miracle would happen and the system would post. If not and if you have another board with compatible hardware, then you can try testing out the cpu, the rams. If you hear beeps when starting up the system, try to take note of it and look up on the internet via what bios make it is, and decode the beep error for what is wrong. If you don't her any beep, the other way only to know what is wrong is having another compatible board to test your cpu/ram, or make sure the ram and cpu you are using is supported by the asrock motherboard. If you do have another board to test your cpu/ram and even the video card, and they work, then your motherboard is scrap and needs to be replaced.

Posted on Jan 26, 2011

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What video card i need to buy that fits on p4i65gv motherboard in order to see windows 7 clear task bar and other gadgets

Hi, here is some info on you mainboard:

You need a AGP card.
Remember it have to support windows 7.
The card could be difficult to find as it not being manufactured anymore.

You can search for a used one.

Hope this will help you.

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Make sure you seated the video card properly. Also, make sure that you cave connected any extra power supplies needed for the video card to work. You might have also come across the issue of you have more equipment in your PC than your Power Supply can handle. Look into another power supply if all else fails.

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Download the driver from there web side

.go support >down load >or there instruction>choice your os.

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Go to this link to download sound and vga driver:

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it's for AM2+ that means, any AMD proc socket AM2 or AM3 would do. such as: Athlon 64, Athlon X2, Athlon II, Phenom and Phenom II. but use only 65 watt proc or less, any higher maybe won't compatible.
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Well it looks like you have 2 slots on that mobo so yes, 2 1GB cards would be pretty good. You could buy two 2gb cards, it depends really on how fast you want your computer to be. If you have a large HD, such as anything over 500 gb then I would say get two 2 gb cards. If it is under that, then there is no need. The larger cards are for larger HD's because they have more space to search when it looks for something and needs more speed. Hope this helps. Cheers.

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