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AGP Graphics Card Problem

#1
ok i asked a question like this awhile ago and i never got it fixed, but people replied and tried to help and i thank you for that. But i really want to put my geforce3 into this computer but when i put a card into the agp slot and plug my monitor into it, it will say no video on my monitor. So i try to just use onboard video to try to install the video card but no help. When i go to setup at the beginning, it gives me a choice to use vga or agp/ONBOARD...i do not know why this is happening....

WIN XP Pro SP1
onboard video..intel graphics or something...
card trying to install geforce 3 ti 4700
its a premade hp...its the..hp pavilion 754n

thanks
 

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#2
Most likely the GeForce card might be bad. If you have another video card to test with it. That should let you know if the its the machine or the card. I am assuming you tried both settings in the BIOS. CHeck to see if there is a BIOS update for your system. If I think of anything else I will let you know.
 

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