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Old 11-19-2007, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok i got this ATI radeon pci graphics card. i tried the cd drivers and 6.1 drivers. i cant get this card to get the agp texture acceleration enabled in dxdiag.. i cant uninstall my onboard graphics card, itjust keeps getting installed once i uninstall it. i tried disabling it and everything! here is a pic of what it looks like in my device manager. ImageShack - Hosting :: devmnggc9.jpg

and here is a pic of the diaxdiag

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this card worked like a month ago.. please help me i cant play any games at all thanks!
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Old 11-19-2007, 11:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You need to go into your Bios and disable on board Video first..
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You can try disabling onboard video in the BIOS. If you're using Windows XP, there may be a way to set your primary monitor to the ATi card (and enable all the card's features) while being able to keep the onboard card for a second or third (depending on what your ATi card has) monitor.
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i already did that, i set it to PCI and it still is the same.
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please help meee
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There should be a setting to disable.
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I can disable it in device manager but doesent change nothing its still the same
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