I actually posted this in another area by mistake.

My monitor won't recognize either of the new video cards I have. Both are supposed to be compatible..but I could be wrong and would that cause this problem.

I put the card in and hook up monitor..nothing. I move the monitor to the original
port, still nothing. I remove the card and the monitor works fine. The fan on the card is running which leads me to believe it is working or at least installed correctly.

I am wondering if this is a problem with the AGP slot, could it be damaged?

Any help would be appreciated.

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BIOS settings?

The bios video is set to auto, I can only change it to onboard. There is no option
to "disable" and I am pretty sure I used to be able to do that.

I am getting the feeling the agp slot may be fried. Bummer.

Seems like a port/IRQ conflict to me.

posted in your other thread related to this topic

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