I've bought a ASUS V9999/TD/128MB 6800/AGP Graphics card. After placing it in it's slot (the only slot it would fit into, so I know it's the correct slot.) I turned on the PC and the card started screaming at me. I very very loud screech sound. Nothing on the monitor appeared when I ahd the monitor plugged into the new screeching GFX card or the old intergrated GFX. So I've took out the new card and now here I am, at your mercy.
I've uninstalled the old Intergrated Graphics drivers before I tried putting the new card in aswell.
Should install the V9999 drivers before I put in the card, or is there a different reason?
Is it possible my system supports PCI and not AGP?
ASUS V9999 Details
* Type AGP
* Supported AGP standards AGP 4x AGP 8x
* Diagram chip
Designation GeForce 6800
Clock frequency 325 MHz
Pixel pipelines 12
Capacity 128 MT
Type Southern German Broadcasting Corporation TO GDR
Access time 2.86 LV
Clock frequency 700 MHz
Memory binding 256 bits
* RAMDAC 1. RAMDAC 400 MHz 2. RAMDAC 400 MHz
640x480 16 millions 240 cycles per second
800x600 16 millions 240 cycles per second
1024x768 16 millions 240 cycles per second
1152x864 16 millions 200 cycles per second
1280x1024 16 millions 170 cycles per second
1600x1200 16 millions 120 cycles per second
1920x1440 16 millions 90 cycles per second
2048x1536 16 millions 85 cycles per second
* MPEG2 rendition
* Exits 2 x VGA, 1 x DVI, VideoCinch, s-video
The 2. VGA and VideoCinch exit are possible only over the enclosed adapters.
* Driver Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
* Accessories manual, driver CD, DVI on VGA adapter, s-video on VideoCinch adapter
* Remark with radiator box and exhaust
* AGP 8x, DirectX 9, OpenGL supports further information. The following expenditure options are possible: VGA, DVI, s-video, VideoCinch, VGA+VGA, VGA+DVI, VGA+S video, VGA+VideoCinch, DVI+S video, DVI+VideoCinch[/quote]
I wasn't sure what PC Specs you may want or need so I created a hardware reoprt using a program called EVEREST.
Thank you for any help or replies
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