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Geforce 6800 Xtreme AGP

I just put in a new Geforce 6800 Xtreme AGP 256mb video card into my Dell 260 Optiplex with 512mb Ram, and when i turn the computer on there is a constant loud beeping noise. It even does it with everything unplugged (only power source to the computer). Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this?

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You will have to delete the bios settings, by removing the side of your pc and locating; on your motherboard the'JBAT1' terminals. The jumper should be put accross pins 2-3 for a few seconds and then back to pins 1-2. Boot the pc up and press del or F2 and set he time etc and in the standard bios settings highlight the default settings and press enter. In the peripherals menu make sure that you dissable on board graphics and chhose your AGP graphics as the primary graphics controller. Save all settings and exit and allow a re boot an hopefully your pc will start without problems, although there should be 2 short beeps. The only other roblem will be making sure that your dell motherboard has the AGP controller driver installed as the card will not function, so download motheboard drivers first and install if you have no cd.

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Have you disabled the onboard Graphics card? Press F2 on startup and disbale the card in the BIOS.

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