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Problem with GA-8IK1100, AGP vga card can not display properly

The Asus A9550GE 8x 256MB, when insert into the AGP slot of GA-8IK1100 motherboard can not work properly. sometime can display, some time not. I don't know the reason. Pls, help thanks

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Posted on May 04, 2008

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Hi, is this a new card? I installed a simalar one in my computer [ a used card] only to find I had intermittent display. I found out later the card had been overclocked. A new card cured the problem. If this is a new card then return it for a warranty claim. Regards mistyman

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