|The graphics card went out on my desktop. It's a fairly old setup. My graphics card went out, so I bought a cheap agp card to replace it. There is not onboard video with this setup. I tried having my brother install it, he removed the old drivers for the other card, then said he couldn't get it to work. I've tried looking it up but can't seem to find a solution that works.|
The computer boots up.. I am able to get to bios.. I have set it to look for agp first then pci, other than that there isn't much in bios regarding the video card. As the computer boots up, after the windows screen hits, the screen is black. I'm not sure what steps to take after this point. Monitor is connected with dvi cables.
The manual for installing this video card was also pretty generic. It says basic steps on how to take out/put in the video card. It talks about plugging in the power for the video card but this device doesn't have power inputs like my previous video card.
Motherboard/cpu is msi 865pe neo2, with intel 2.4 I believe
Graphics card: ECS N6200AC-512DZ-H GeForce 6200 512MB 64-bit DDR2 AGP 8X Low Profile Ready Video Card
Windows Xp professional
if anyone has experienced this problem or might know a solution, any help would be greatly appreciated