MY AGP TEXTURE NOT AVAILABLE BUT DON'T WANT TO BUY GRAPIC CARD
MY MOTHERBOARD IS 945 AND MY PROCESSOR IS DUELCORE I WANT TO TELL YOU THAT MY PC SAY's YOU HAVE "AGP TEXTURE NOT AVAILABLE". TELL ME WHAT CAN I DO SIR BUT I DON'T WANT TO BUY A GRAPHIC CARD. I HAVE ALL SOLUTIONS. SIR PLEASE HELP ME.
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The primary advantage of AGP over PCI is that it provides a dedicated pathway between the slot and the processor rather than sharing the PCI bus. In addition to a lack of contention for the bus, the point-to-point connection allows for higher clock speeds. AGP also uses sideband addressing, meaning that the address and data buses are separated so the entire packet does not need to be read to get addressing information. This is done by adding eight extra 8-bit buses which allow the graphics controller to issue new AGP requests and commands at the same time with other AGP data flowing via the main 32 address/data (AD) lines. This results in improved overall AGP data throughput.
In addition, to load a texture, a PCI graphics card must copy it from the system's RAM into the card's framebuffer, whereas an AGP card is capable of reading textures directly from system RAM using the Graphics Address Remapping Table (GART). GART reapportions main memory as needed for texture storage, allowing the graphics card to access them directly.[The maximum amount of system memory available to AGP is defined as the AGP aperture.
If it is a build in Vga with your motherboard, then it can be the vga chipset that gone bad. You can buy a new video card for your motherboard. Depending on your motherboard expansion slots if it supports pci-e pci or agp. You can purchase a cheap video card on ebay, If it is a new motherboard, it may support pci-e, but if it is older it would support AGP.
Asrock K7VM3 mother board with AMD Athlon 2600+ processor.
The Motherboard is having a AGP slot which says to use AGP with 4X and 1.5 V
Can someone suggest the market products available
when I contact the technical team of Asrock. they responded as below:
The AGP slot on K7VM3 is the standard AGP x8 slot , as long as the
VGA card you want to buy is standard AGP VGA card , K7VM3 can support
the standard AGP VGA card.
Or , you can double check your question with your VGA card vender before you buy it .
i tought you were dead since it has an integrated graphic card, but it seems you have an expansion agp 8x slot.
you can buy a hold agp 8x graphic card for it.
anyway as a personal suggestion, don't buy a 100$ card for a pc that whose vlue would be arround 50$... buy a new cheap pc the would be enormously better than this!
hi...if you want more to run games try to buy a Video card separate.. if mother board is PCIE slot buy the PCIE Video Card.if AGP Slot buy the AGP Video Card..the best VGA is 512x128 mb..Thanks and Good Luck..^_^
there will be no chance of you to enable the AGP texture acceleration if you do not have an AGP card. BUT it can be enabled even it is an internal card BUT again it depends on the chipset itself whether it supports it or not. if you're not sure try reinstalling your motherboard driver (everything). if it still do not work i can safely says that your PC do not support AGP texture acceleration
That is because your system does not meet the minimum requirements to enable it. Your prblem is with the graphics adapter agp - Axcellerated Graphics Port, YOu will need to have a compatable Graphics Card to do it along with a processor at least 1.66 ghz