Nvidia FX 5200 Support
I was having a browse through the SiSandra Software and was looking in my video card set-up. It says that my video card does not have an interrupt assigned. Then it goes on to say,
"Fix: Go to BIOS Setup\Settings\PCI & AGP Devices and set Assign IRQ to video card to yes. You may also try setting First Video Adapter setting to AGP. Some video cards may need to be configured to use an interrupt, either through an utility or a jumper."
However in my bios I cannot find that setting/ it isn't there (I'm running a Gigabyte GA-7s748 mobo). And I'm not entirely sure what to do with the whole jumper thing. Is there a program I can download to help assign an interrupt to the card? Also if one is assigned will the gfx card run any faster? and will the performance of the computer increase?
- Michael -
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