Graphics problem

Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by isenblatter, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. isenblatter

    isenblatter Guest

    Perhaps someone can figure this out:

    I just got a new ati radeon 9200, agp 4x/8x graphics card. I have an
    ecs/via p4vmm2 mobo with integrated graphics. I tried disabling the on
    board graphics, changing bios to agp slot for graphics, uninstalling
    graphics drivers, etc. I then plugged the new card into the agp slot,
    plugged the monitor into it and got nothing. No picture, nothing. I tried
    unplugging both the pci cards I have, my 2nd hdd, my floppy, and my
    dvd-burner, still I got no picture. I then replugged the monitor into the
    on board card. Then I entered my bios and changed the share memory to 0 mb,
    I have (2) 512 MB Kingston sticks. When I rebooted I got no picture at all,
    the computer wouldn't display a picture until I cleared the CMOS settings.

    anyone with any ideas???
     
    isenblatter, Jul 4, 2004
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