Graphics Card problem

  DAD7 09:48 24 Aug 05

I have recently installed a AGP graphics card on my motherboard but when the machine is booted it states that the frequency is incorrect and then the monitor powers down. Any ideas please or do I have to get another card?

  Midsman2005 10:14 24 Aug 05

Sounds like your graphics card is trying to display a refresh rate that your monitor cannot display.

Did you remove the old drivers before installing your new AGP card?

  DAD7 10:23 24 Aug 05

No as I thought the new graphics card would override the onboard graphics card.

  Midsman2005 10:26 24 Aug 05

If you have an onboard graphics card you probably need to disable this in the BIOS before installing the AGP card.

What motherboard do you have?

  DAD7 10:27 24 Aug 05

I have a foxconn 400 series motherboard, but in the manual it does not state how to disable the onboard graphics.

  Midsman2005 12:33 24 Aug 05

Take a look here

click here

More or less explains what to do.

To enter BIOS for your mobo its probably the DEL key.

Post again if you have any problems.

  Midsman2005 12:36 24 Aug 05

And one more thing!

You will need to uninstall the old graphics driver before doing anything else.

  DAD7 13:29 24 Aug 05

Cheers for the info I will try later on today.

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