Problem with Radeon HD 2600 Pro AGP

By baraksab ยท 6 replies
Feb 9, 2008
  1. Yesterday i bought this video card (Radeon HD 2600 Pro AGP) and after I changed the cards, I turned the computer on, and the screen didn't respond.i also think the computer was frozen... when i changed back to my older graphic card it worked without any problem... please can anybody tell me what to do?

    by the way my System is:
    Intel pentium 4 3.0GH
    768 RAM
    power suplier :400W
    and my older video card is : Radeon 9200 se 128BM agp...

    thanks for helpers.
  2. pdyckman@comcas

    pdyckman@comcas TS Rookie Posts: 527

    This card runs better with more ram. 1 gig or better is suggested. Also, if your PSU is borderline on that 400 watts, you could need more power. 400 watts and 512 MB ram are the very (minimum) requirements. If not those things, maybe you need to exchange it for another. You may want to do that first.
  3. Bigfellla

    Bigfellla TS Rookie Posts: 98

    1. With the old ATI card installed, start the machine:

    2. Download the latest catalyst drivers for your NEWE card, but don't install yet.

    3. Then and uninstall ALL the ATi drivers firstly by:

    a. using uninstall programmes; then by
    b. downloading this and running it for Ati drivers.

    6. Shutdown and install the NEW card.

    6,Restart in safe mode (tap F8 on boot)

    7. Install the previously downloaded Ati driver

    8. Restart normally
  4. baraksab

    baraksab TS Rookie Topic Starter

    but the problem is that when i am connecting the new video card the computer doesn't respond. i am just turning it on and that's it, the screen stay black and it doesn't even load the BIOS /DOS..
    actually i really think that there is something with the PSU.. but i dunno yet
    and btw the link you gave me doesn't working
  5. Bigfellla

    Bigfellla TS Rookie Posts: 98

    The link works fine.

    Did you put the old card in first as i said?>
  6. baraksab

    baraksab TS Rookie Topic Starter

    yeah. i did every thing you told me but still nothing came up... this is really wierd
  7. baraksab

    baraksab TS Rookie Topic Starter

    maybe it's really the PSU but I don't know yet... i am desperate
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