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Most likely your card failed. Since you have checked out the monitor and it is good, there isn't any alternative. Another way to check, is IF your motherboard has integrated video on the board, remove the card and switch to onboard video; if you get video on the monitor that pretty well finalizes the verdict. You can also make sure that if you have a cooling fan on the card it is still working, the card may be overheating. But if nothing works now that probably is not the problem.
where's that legacy card? integrated into the mb? if so you'll need to enter bios settings and change it from internal to pci. or at least check to see that the video setting is correct b4 looking at the OS.
You did not mention if the board your running has an integrated video card on it. If it does & you have added the FX 5200 AGP you need to make a change in your bios. Set the bios to see AGP. Re-check the insertion of the AGP card. Remove the video card. Use a strong flash light & look into the AGP slot. Use canned air & blow out the AGP slot. Re-seat the video card evenly into the AGP slot. Try again.
as your primary pc now has a working graphics card . I would guess your graphics card is fried in all honesty there is really no hope in repairing it especially for the cost of one of those cards, if you are simply using your second pc for non graphic intensive apps then I am sure you could find an ol pci grpahics card down the local dump for next to nothing hope this helps. Genius2k4