In-built VGA of the motherboard is not working so, I placed PCI 128 MB card and started the computer it is working nicely, but computer sometimes hangs and color mode is disordered.... so I went to BIOS to test whether card is working or not... but by Mistaken on Video Configuration option, I specified AGP, previously there was PCI. when I saved BIOS and ran the computer the display has gone no signal on monitor... How can I again re-store PCI option on Video Configuration on BIOS... Please help me...
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Re: Intel Desktop Board D815EEA2
Leave the connection to graphics card in, and take the left side panel off the pc and on the motherboard, you will see either a terminal marked CLRCMOS,JBAT1, CLRRTC, RTC, this is the cmos clearing jumper to revert back to default and the need to reset the time and date.
If it's JBAT1 3 pin terminal, the cap will need to be taken off pins 1-2 and put across pins 2-3 then back to pins 1-2.
If it is one of the others and only a 2 pin terminal, use a jumper cap like the one on the back of your hard disk and cdrom drive and put it over the 2 pins.
start up pc and you should get the screen a beep and it will say press f2 for cmos setup, correct the date and time and the bios should be reset to vga, so change to pci again.
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you can use up to a maximum of 224 mb of your computer's RAM for the onboard video chip to use. You can install a video card with any amount of memory (which would give you a lot better video performance).
1st try to exchange the cards in the slot.
2nd try another card
3rd ur RAM slot may not be ok
4th ur RAMs may not be compatible
5th ur new RAM card may not be ok
use same type of RAMs, and same size...
if u have 256, add 256
if u ahve 128 add 128
if u have SDR then dont add DDR
getting compatibility is little difficult...
some times no combinations can work...
note...technology keeps changing...so a old RAM card that was bought years ago may not be compatible with a new RAM card....
even i got all my old RAM cards(256+128) removed and got 2 - 512mb of the same type fixed...even i had issues with my RAMs for 6 months...
try to check it in your manual. i mean in the manual of the motherboard if what VGA card is compatible with or visit the website or the motherboard you have.. hmm you must buy VGA card to upgrade your graphics that compatible in your motherboard... example AGP slot 256mb VGA card, or PCI express slot 256mb or 512mb VGA card.. ^^
No board will show display without memory. Your motherboard must run memory type;
Two DIMM sockets supporting 3.3 V (only) 168-pin 133 MHz Single Data Rate (SDR) SDRAM DIMMs with gold-plated contacts. Unbuffered non-ECC DIMMs only. Maximum total system memory: 2 GB; minimum total system memory: 64 MB. Serial Presence Detect (SPD) DIMMs only.
If your memory is within Intel's memory specifications & you are not getting display on your monitor. It is possible that the integerated on board graphics (Shown on page 13 in your user manual), may be defective. You can add a PCI video card to the PC. The Intel D845GLLY will auto detect the PCI video card. No need to enter the bios & make changes. Please keep this in mind. The integrated video card is PCI, if it has failed, there is a good chance it will not see the PCI add in video card. If you can find a used (Working) PCI video card to test in the PC. Intel Desktop Board D845GLLY main website link. http://www.intel.com/support/motherboards/desktop/d845glly/