I have a tnt2 32mb agp card. works fine, but cant handle newer games.
So ive purchased a fx5200 by pny (pci card).
I want to run both cards, but i made a silly mistake when installing the new card.
I kept my tnt2 in ( as primary)
I installed the fx5200 and windows installed its default drivers for the card.
Knowing that there are newer better drivers available on the cd that came with the card I installed them. installation went fine as far as I could tell, no error messages etc. so i set my default monitor to the pci card, and rebooted.
Problem is that windows didn’t load the drivers from the cd for the fx5200. it updated the drivers i had for the tnt2 :sad:
Now when I boot with both cards inserted, I see 3 black outputs ( 1 from agp, and 2 from pci)
If the fx5200 is installed only I get 2 black outputs.
If the tnt2 is installed only, I get my normal output.
Is it possible to remove the drivers for the fx5200 without the card being physically installed?
Also how can I go about installing drivers for both cards now? The driver installation utility for nvida cards automatically detects the tnt2.
Help is much appreciated!