Graphics card: HIS ATI 9600

Discussion in 'Windows XP Hardware' started by vozilo, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. vozilo

    vozilo

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    I have a graphics card:

    HIS ATI 9600
    128MB AGP
    Active cooling
    S-video, DVI and VGA output


    I have windows xp sp3 and my račuanlnik:

    field Value
    Features motherboards
    ID motherboards 02/16/2005-Springdale-G-6A79AM4ZC-00
    Name motherboards MSI 865GVM3-V (MS-7101)

    Features Front Side Bus
    Type Intel GTL + bus
    64 bit bus width
    Real Clock 133 MHz (QDR)
    Effective Clock 533 MHz
    The bandwidth of 4266 MB / s

    Features memory bus
    Type Dual DDR SDRAM Bus
    128 bit bus width
    DRAM: FSB ratio 5:4
    Real Clock 167 MHz (DDR)
    Effective Clock 333 MHz
    Bandwidth [TRIAL VERSION] MB / s

    Properties lead chipset
    Type Intel Hub Interface Bus
    8 bit bus width
    Real Clock 67 MHz (QDR)
    Effective Clock 267 MHz
    Bandwidth of 267 MB / s

    Physical data motherboards
    CPU sockets / slots 1 775
    Expansion Slots [TRIAL VERSION]
    RAM Slots 2 DDR DIMM
    Integrated Devices Audio, Video, LAN
    Micro ATX form factor
    Motherboard size 210 mm x 240 mm
    Chipset motherboards i865GV
    Additional Features [TRIAL VERSION]

    Manufacturer of motherboards
    Company Name Micro-Star Int'l Co.., Ltd..




    I have connected the graphics card in the AGP slot and put a VGA connection for the monitor into the new video card and start my computer, the image on the monitor there was no fan of the new graphics card is working. When I switch to the old graphics card is working normally again in the BIOS can not find the Primary Video Adapter and I have Pheonix - AwarsdBios.

    Does anyone have any idea how to get the picture?


    L.P.
    Thomas
     
    vozilo, Nov 23, 2012
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    vozilo

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    Please help !
     
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    marinescuiuri

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    Unplug PC, remove Bios battery, hit the turn on button a couple of times to remove all the leftover power from the power source. wait some minutes and turn the pc on.

    Maybe the GPU has faults. Sounds like an old GPU
     
    marinescuiuri, Dec 20, 2021
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    red Guest

    remove power from wall, install new card 1st,, then install drivers, which should come up as soon as you power up the rig, then restart ,all should be well

    long live xp :)
     
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    Make sure you check the dates of the messages you are replying to. The OP hasn't logged on since November 2012. Probably doesn't have that PC anymore.
     
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