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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if you have a built in video on mother board there is a setting in its setup hit delete at beggining right at startup for bios
you need to disable your built in video either by jumpers by manufactures book on jumper settings or go into bios at begining and see if there a setting to shut off on board video
these 2 are having conflicts with each other and you will only be able to see dos boot area with both these cards
and yes it is compatible as long the buses and slots have same configurations
Posted on May 08, 2008
SOURCE: Evo D51c Video
You need to power off the PC, install the new video card, turn on the PC and go into the BIOS and disable the onboard VGA, and set the BIOS to use the new card. i.e AGP slot.
Posted on May 11, 2008
The answer is yes. You need to change the on-board video (Known as PCI), & set it to AGP page 36 in you're manual. This setting will be under Integrated Peripherals.
You will also gain back system memory that the on-board video was taking from you're main system memory for it to work.
At start up of the PC press the delete key every two seconds to enter the bios menu. Go to the Advanced menu & find Integrated Peripherals. There is not a disable (per-say), all you do is set it to AGP. That's it.
Posted on May 20, 2008
During the initial boot sequence (as soon as you turn your PC on), try pressing <DEL> button (or F2 or F10 - you will see info on the bottom of the screen stating something like "Press _____ (del, F2, F10) to go to Setup..."
This will take you to BIOS, main setup panel for your PC.
There you can find and option for switching your main GFX card.
Options will be something like: onboard, pci, agp. You should choose
Try doing this after you insert your new PCI gfx in your computer.
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
As per discription provided by you, Suspect the physical RAM is having problem. Check and insert the RAM properly may solve your problem.
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Posted on Dec 26, 2009
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