|ferrari726, why are you posting all that garbage about an AMD socket AM2 system? P.o.P. clearly has an Intel socket 478 system. Everything you listed does NOT apply.|
"do these processor mobos still support AGP?"
AGP support depends on the motherboard, not the processor. If you have questions, start your own thread.
P.o.P., your "Esys p4m266a motherboard" is very old/outdated & only supports old/outdated technology. You have to stick to what your board supports:
- single core socket 478 CPUs (may be limited to certain FSB speeds)
- DDR1 RAM (may be limited to certain RAM speeds)
- AGP video cards (may be limited to 4X AGP)
Your best bet would be to find the exact make/model of the motherboard, then go to the manufacturer's website & have a look at the specs. The board is NOT an "Esys p4m266a" but it IS based on the VIA P4M266A chipset. There were a number of boards built around that chipset...my guess is you have a BIOSTAR, ECS/EliteGroup or PCChips. The only way to know for sure would be to open the case & look for a make/model number.
Here's the ECS P4VMM2 (V8.1)...does it look anything like your board?
Here's the PCChips version:
Here's the Biostar version:
Hey, looks like some other idiot is having the exact same problem as you!