This is the strangest problem I have ever seen figures it would happen to me and not someone else. I have an NVIDIA AGP Ti4600 my system is not installing it as an AGP card though. My system is installing it as PCI card. It is an AGP card. It is in the AGP slot. Everest says that AGP is disabled on the system. No options appear anywhere in the BIOS (AMIBIOS) to disable AGP on the sysem that I can find although there is one to identify the primary grapics adapter this is set to AGP (options are AGP or PCI) This is causing a problem with DirectX games on the system which is what brought this dillema to light. This is the only card that has ever been on the system. I have wiped the system and started all over again and the problem still persists. This a bad card slot? Non-Identified Jumper? Bad Card? I am open to suggestions as the folks a MSI and Albatron (the board and vid card makers) are clueless.