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Black Screen when installing video card

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I have tried everything I know of to install an ati radeon 9200 pci video card into my dell dimension 3000. I have disabled the on board video card in the device manager, Also checked the bios setting which is auto. Everything I try I get a black screen at boot up. I have even put a new 500w power supply in thinking I didnt have enough power. The video card is an ATI Radeon 9200 pci 256M. My system is
M5268 Processor, 80546, 3.0, 1M, Pentium4 Prescott Dt, 800, D0
1 7N242 Keyboard, 104 Key, UNITED STATES..., Silitek, LC, MIDNIGHT GRAY...
1 W1668 Kit, Mouse, PERSONAL SYSTEM 2..., 2 Button, Wheel, Logitech
2 J0201 Dual Inline Memory Module 256, 400M, 32X64 8K, 184
1 D3431 Kit, Speaker, 120V, NMB..., A215 Ship In Box
1 C3776 Modem, V.92, Data Fax, Internal PC Interface, Dell Americas Organization
1 N0785 Hard Drive, 80G, I, 7.2K, 80G/P HITACHI
1 M1210 Assembly, Floppy Drive, 212, 2
1 T7166 Kit, Software, WP-PRDCT-STE12 English, V2
1 H8412 Kit, Software, Overpack, WXPHSP2 Compact Diskette W/Documentation English
1 D7195 Assembly, Compact Disk Read Write, 48X, Half Height, Hitachi LG Data Storage, CHASSIS 2005...
1 D7195 Assembly, Compact Disk Read Write, 48X, Half Height, Hitachi LG Data Storage, CHASSIS 2005...
1 D8254 Display, Flat Panel Display, 15 Dual Voltage, E153fpf, DELL AMERICAS ORGANIZATION..., Flat Pannel In Box
Does anyone have any ideas, is the card even compatible?
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have you tried NOT disabling the onboard card, booting up with the new card in, installing the drivers for the new card THEN disabling the onboard card?
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