I have PX1 with the last bios, but, when i want to turn on, after validation Windows's the computer restart. This x1900 runs ok in other computers. I have tried one x300 and this runs fine, i have to specify any option in bios?? I am sure that is not an electrical, RAM, cpu failure because it runs fine in other computers.
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If your second display is a CRT you have a blown gun in the tube. Or the chassis has become magnetised. Either DeGauss the display (CRT only) or swap the displays around to check if the display or the card is at fault.
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Yes, it will work on an ATI HD4750.
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It could have something to do with the graphics card but the lines that show up have me thinking that it has to do with the monitor. The only way to know for sure is to hook up the monitor to another MAC and if you still get lines then you'll know its the monitor. If your still unsure, get the Radeon 1900 graphic cards upgrade kit replaced, if you still get the lines then you'll know its the monitor, if the lines go away then you know its the video card.
I would go the www.amd.com web site. They now own ATI and have a section for ATI products. Find the support page and then find a user's forum. Chances are someone else has already had your problem, and a solution exists, or open a problem case. It may cost you, depending on whether or not your ATI card is under warranty.
Another option you may try while you wait for a solution from the forum, or ATI, would be for you to remove all ATI software, and reinstall from the CD that came with your card.
Boot the Windows in a safe mode and u8ninstall all the graphic drivers already installed - whether of on board graphic card or some other card and then restart windows & install the drivers for your HD2600XT. Please do not forget to disable the on board graphic in the bios of the motherboard - after uninstalling all the previous drivers. Good luck & happy viewing!
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