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amnesiakk

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NOTE: I AM WRITING THIS ON MY BROTHERS LAPTOP

Yesturday I purchased a AGP RADEON X700 256MB GGR Graphics Card.
Upon opening up my computer, I noticed that I had no graphics card already in the slot.
I put my Graphics Card in anyway, and then turned on my computer....
And then appeared the error message that read "ATTENTION: NO VIDEO INPUT"
Now Windows XP will not load up anymore, and I can get is the error message.
Even if I take out the Card, or plug in my computer to it, there is no change.
Please help!
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Don't panic, not yet anyway! You may have to disable your onbaord graphics in the BIOS Setup for the machine to recognize the AGP, or enable the AGP, whichever works. Go go into Setup and go over it with a fine toothed comb to check any settings related to graphics.
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Don't panic, not yet anyway! You may have to disable your onbaord graphics in the BIOS Setup for the machine to recognize the AGP, or enable the AGP, whichever works. Go go into Setup and go over it with a fine toothed comb to check any settings related to graphics.


Thanks, but I cannot even access Windows at the moment.
Wht shall I do?
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You don't need to load Windoze to check your BIOS! Look for a 'press whatever to enter setup' - and hit that button. Be careful what you change though! (Usually the setup key is DEL or F*)
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