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your computer needs more than the video card ram amount to use a particular video card. if you do not have at least 512mb of system ram, that may be your problem. if you have sufficient ram, then you do not have a powerful enough power supply for the new card.
A Geforce 6200LE would work perfectly with that motherboard, all you have to do is clip it into the AGP8x slot and disconnect your monitor VGA cable from the onboard graphics and into the 6200LE graphics card. Once the Graphics card is inserted correctly and plugged in your sytem automatically disables onboard graphics as it is no longer needed.
1st see from the bios whether you can get the graphics card in the agp slot or not.....try to take the display with out graphics card from onboard.......always check from bios....may be the card is not properly inserted into the agp slot
Enter your bios & make sure the video is set to AGP.
Your card has two VGA outputs. One VGA & one HDMI (high def). Switch your monitor cable that connects to the video output to the other femal connector at the Pc. You can do that while the system is running.
If that does not help think of this. You have been using the onboard video for some time. It must be dirty as heck. Remove the 6200 & blow it out with some canned air. No canned air. Use a clean paint brush & a sweaper. Than grab some alcohol & a cotton swab. Lightly dampen the cotton swab (no dripping). Wipe the copper retainer contacts of the video slot. Let it dry completely. Re-seat the card applying even pressure side to side till the card is seated firmly into the slot. Some cards require additional power. Check your 6200's install manual.
actually your computer is working on the onboard video adapter.
1. connect first the monitor to the onboard video card.( do not remove the connected geforce video card.) 2. switch on the computer and press "F2" on new model computer, "Delete" on old model computer. so that you can enter to bios setup. 3. if bios setup is open; try to find the "AGP bridge configuration" (some other bios AGP B C is in chipset) by arrow up,down,side left and right) enter. 4. Find " primary graphics adapter" 5. In there, select : If Video card is "pci" connected ; select "pci" If Video card is "AGP" connected ; select "AGP" 6. press F10 to save and exit the setup. 7. after saving the configuration, disconnect power cord and transfer the monitor to the video card (Gforce). and then connect the ac power cord and then start. or switch on the computer.
Note: be sure to install the drivers of your GFORCE for optimum performance of the card.