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Open you're manual to page 2-22. Make sure, Booting Graphic Adapter Priority is set to: [PCI Express/Int-VGA]. Save and exit the bios. You're system will auto reboot. When you're screen goes black, press and hold the power on button until you're system shuts off. Install the 6600 video card. Double check the 6600 card. Most PCI-E cards need additional power connected to it to run. If you need the manual you can open the link provided; http://dlcdnas.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/socket775/P5GD1-VM/e1881_p5gd1-vm.pdf
Hi im josh in cebu phils. may i help you? Friend since you motherboard dont have the 3d card. you buy a motherboard having avp slot socket 478 to be exact. there are many brands that is good for your processor.like gigabyte, asus, intel,msi or even asrock. i suggest if you buy new motherboard you choose those having higher memory for built in video like 256 or more for nice graphics. good luck !