How to enable AGP from built in motherboard

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I have a intel gbf 865  motherboard which have built in graphic card. Previously I used different graphic card in this motherboard, that is damage anyway. So now I would like to use the built in. But my monitor display nothing. How I going to enable this from my motherboard?

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83470

How to enable AGP from built in motherboard

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Dear Rehman,

Built in AGP cards are never disabled, or you can say there is no option for disabling them in Mother Boards CMOS . If you use a separate AGP card in AGP slot, then Motherboard automatically selects the display card (Buit-in or Separate AGP or PCI Express etc) to which the data cable of the Monitor is plugged.

Look, if your monitor is not yielding display when you plug the cable of your monitor in Built-in one, then there are many possibilities of problems. Try the following solutions:

1. Change the monitor, there might be a malfunction in it.

2. Check that the processor chip is rightly inserted in the socket.

3. Or you might have to buy a new Graphic card, because your built-in one might also have damaged.

Regards,

Pegasus

Answered By 10 points N/A #83471

How to enable AGP from built in motherboard

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Check for any BIOS settings if you are just getting black screen in this case also check your monitor and your Motherboard. If you are getting some output like a blinking line or some thing like this then it mean that your video card is working fine but there is some problem in your windows then you need to check that also.

If you are getting problem in your VGA card then you need to check it on another computer and make sure that it is working fine on the other computer. If it is working fine on the other computer then make sure that your motherboard supports the card you are trying to use. Also check for the quality of the card and make sure that you are full filling all the requirements for your new card. 

At last check that your card is properly configured in the slots where it is required and also try it on another slot to make sure that your Motherboard slots are working fine.

 

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