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hi,after installation of win xp i am trying to add video card driver...


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#1 tangush

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Posted 17 October 2010 - 05:37 PM

and when i do so it makes the screen flicker and the mouse stuck,stop moving,and all the comp into hold.
I tryed 2 card so i shure its not a card failure.
my hardware :
mb-ASUS P5VDI-X
proccessor : P4 CELRON
video card: AGP ATI RADEON VE (tryed also AGP INNO3 6200)
ram-DDR 1.5 GIGA
H.D.-60 giga
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p.s :
the computers worked before the format and installation with a:
video card- GF4 MX-440
there is and option for a-
pcie in this board but it want exepy my pcie card(gforce 9300 gs)
also i bought a hard drive 500 giga sata which th board want exept ether.
what can i do?what is the problem?
is it a mb failure?
pls help fast...
thanks
Tangush
EMAIL : tangush1@yahoo.com

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Posted 17 October 2010 - 05:47 PM

you need to be sure the old driver and all related software is uninstalled before attempting to install the new video card.
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