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Old 01-15-2007, 12:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dear All,

I recently bought the new ATI Readeon X1650 AGP 512MB DDR2 to postpone my upgrade to the new PCI-e Mobos leading me to change the CPU and the RAM...

After turning on the PC the AI Logo displayed by the P4C800-E Deluxe mobo displays with corrupted colors however Windows launches successfully and the graphic card till now works just fine with the latest Catalyst driver.

Is it somehow related to Bios firmware that need to be upgraded or is there any special configuration?

Thank you for your help guys...


PC Specs:
Intel P4 HT 2.8 GHZ Processor
Asus P4C800-e Deluxe Mobo
1.5 GB Kingston HyperX DDR400 (2x256 and 2x512)
WD 740GD Raptor 10000RPM HDD
WD 2500JS 250 GB 7200RPM HDD
Hitashi Deskstar 180GXP 60GB HDD
Teac 48x48x48x16 CD-RW Combo Drive
Plextor PX716A DVD-RW Dual Layer SATA Drive
Creative Audigy 2 ZS Sound Card
Enlight 450W PSU
Sony HS95P Clear Bright 19'' LCD Monitor
Logitech Cordless Freedom Optical Keyboard and Mice
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