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Top Nelliesboo Gerbil Jedi Posts: 1695 Joined: Thu Feb 07, 2002 7:00 pm Location: Land of the free (San Francisco) Quote #10 Wed Mar 20, 2002 1:38 pm Via......hehe "StarCraft You are welcome. Come inside!" Top mlmorrison Gerbil In Training Topic Author Posts: 8 Joined: Mon Mar 18, 2002 7:00 pm Quote #7 Wed Mar 20, 2002 9:40 am Thanks for the advice.. Oh i haven't ignored your first message, i've even responded to it (my first reply). his comment is here

So if the gtx750ti works fine in othre PC that means your HP's 300W PSU is not good enough, if the gtx750ti does not work in other PC, then the GPU I ordered a Soyo Dragon Plus today. The chipset numbers are the important part. I will try getting older nforce driver installed though.

The "wrong slots" case used to be extremely rare and any manufacturer which made that mistake quickly acquired a very bad reputation. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. solved I have a desktop that I'm planning to upgrade the graphics card to a gtx 750ti I have an amd fx 4350, and a 400 watt power s My GTX The driver you're looking for is the "INF update utility".

  1. If not then click "All Chipsets" and then select your chipset from the list which appears under "Product".
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  4. Who is the maker and what is the model of your motherboard?
  5. If you see a "Legacy" driver, that's an old version of the driver.
  6. Then just install the card as instructed in previous posts...
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  8. The chipset has a driver which can affect the speed and stability of many of the devices built into your motherboard.
  9. In this case the northbridge is listed as Intel P45/P43/G45/G43.

Maybe throw in an old (or new, if you can convince the wife) ATI card or something? to no avail.. or even ones to stay away from?.. You just install the chipset driver and it automatically takes care of setting up individual drivers for each of the devices in the chips.

Intel has a leg up for this reason and is why people who want something that works and don’t want to worry about instability go with intel ….because they don’t have Restart computer...Click to expand... Choose add new hardware. Clicking Here That list will often include older drivers.

Universal 1.5V AGP 3.0 Card 1.5V slot Supports 1.5V and 0.8V signaling. The wife's comp has a lesser audiochip - realtek or something, but we have no problems with it. Start here and look at the "Chipsets" section. Top Ryu Connor Gold subscriber Global Moderator Posts: 4129 Joined: Thu Dec 27, 2001 7:00 pm Location: Marietta, GA Contact: Contact Ryu Connor Website Quote #8 Wed Mar 20, 2002

That takes you to a page with your drivers. What you said about the loop fix.. Other things that come to mind is poor power supply, lemon video card, or even lemon motherboard.The voltage components may not be up to the task of the demands of the The southbridge for this computer is an Intel 82801JR which is also known as the ICH10R.

The best drivers you can get are the "latest and greatest" drivers which can be downloaded from the website of the manufacturer of your chipset. The "Drivers and Downloads" tab contains your drivers (and a few which don't work for your chipset). The pack automatically figures out what operating system is running and installs the drivers for the chips in your system. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now

The BIOS version will remain the same? Home Categories FAQ/Guidelines Terms of Service Privacy Policy Powered by Discourse, best viewed with JavaScript enabled For information about the procedure that you should follow to install your new graphics card check out this thread from the old 3ds forum about this exact problem. Chipset Maker Chipset Driver Instructions AMD & ATI AMD/ATI AMD bought ATI in 2006.

In most cases things will still work if you install chipset drivers later, but generally speaking, it's best if they're installed first. Sometimes people shorten the chipset names. If the link doesn't work then go to the main page and try the "Download Drivers" area in the upper right-hand corner.

Is there also no supporting information that came with the card?

Motherboard And Card Compatibility (table 35 from the AGP 3.0 specification) AGP 3.3V Card AGP 1.5V Card Universal AGP Card AGP 3.0 Card Universal 1.5V AGP 3.0 Card Universal AGP Available speeds 1x, 2x at 3.3V and 1x, 2x, 4x at 1.5V and 4x, 8x at 0.8V. It is possible for the GPU to run on a GOOD 300W PSU, however a generic one won't work. We have the a7n8x, in both machines, not the V.

ASUS routinely ship with shitty batteries, and it will cause problems with reboots. solved Where can I sell my old GTX 750TI graphics card will zotac gtx 750ti2gb graphic card work om my gigabyte GA-G41MT-S2P motherboard solved I have i3-2120 cpu , which graphics is it an Asus thing? And as far as I can tell, there aren't any in the workstation market either.

I doubt it had any circuitry to prevent damage if you inserted a 3.3 volt card and there was no hint that you shouldn't insert one. gibler02-12-2002, 09:52 AMAh, the real question is: Will the graphics card work correctly with my motherboard? Set it at 66Mhz. Then under "Product Model" select "Radeon 9000 IGP" no matter which chipset you actually have.

I will scour the various mobo forums tosee what works.. Mar 12, 2002 #7 Arris TS Evangelist Posts: 4,633 +315 Re: Didn't the card come with an installation cd? But that was only one motherboard out of hundreds I've looked at. According to the specification, they shouldn't do that.