I don't have agp,
you have it, it's in your northbridge chipset, they just left off the slot for adding a card
the onboard(also in the northbridge) had to have agp for any kind of performance
resource problem is similar to taking a shower and flushing a few toilets at the same time
is there a setting to adjust the shared memory for the onboard?
a memory address setting?
the onboard is still active in device manager? the wireless drivers may not be plug and play and don't want to share irq's
usb adapters are better at sharing, the usb and agp bus were designed to run hand and hand from the northbridge, they do better together
you might try the pci card in the top slot with wireless card removed
go into device manager and disable onboard video(this is dangerous) you would have to turn it back on before removing pci video card
power down and add the wireless card
first turn off anything in bios that you don't use like serial ports/parrallel, midi, gameport etc
Edited by DaChew, 19 February 2008 - 07:16 AM.