AGP running in PCI mode..
The other day, my uncle let me have his old computer. A cheapy old Pentium III 866 MHz, eVGA GeForce FX 5200, 384mb (3x128, pc100), some MSI intel chipset motherboard (think 815 or something)
The problem is, after installing windows 2000, and installing the video card drivers (latest), it shows up as PCI device.. resulting in horrible performance in all games from this computer's era. (UT99, quake3, cs 1.6, etc)
The slot is an AGP4x, whereas the video card is an AGG8x. I've used this card in a very similar computer a while ago, and it ran all these games perfectly... I tried using nVHardPageSE to activate the AGP controls.. but I cannot get it to work. Also, in the device manager, the video card device shows up as being in a PCI slot.. even though it's in an AGP slot..
And on top of that, I simply can't find an option to disable the onboard video anywhere!
Any help regarding this would be most appreciated.