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When i install my ATi radeon HD 4650 AGP card on motherboard the monitor does not boot. But when i connect the monitor cable to the onboard video card it boots well. Why

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  • NickPease May 27, 2011

    Are you running your onboard card and your 4650 in Crossfire?

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Depending on the OS you are running. Check to make sure that the device drivers were installed correctly while plugged in to the on board.

To do this on Windows:
open Device Manager by right clicking My Computer and clicking properties. From there you can click Device Manager (if on XP click on Hardware Tab).

Once there, you should see a selection that reads Display AdaptersWhen i install my ATi - logicaldemen.jpg

If it is installed correctly it should look like the one above (substituting in the ATI card)
If you see it and it has an ! or flag you need to update or install the drivers which you can get from http://support.amd.com/us/psearch/Pages/psearch.aspx?type=2.4.1&product=2.4.1.3.37&contentType=GPU+Download+Detail&ostype=&keywords=&items=20

Hope this helps

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