No, create an account now. ATi Radeon problems Dec 1, Card worked in the first spare slot I shoved it in, about 3 or 4 down if I remember rightly so it’s unlikely the BIOS setting referred to a general PCI slot, just to look on that buss for a video card. Any ideas what’s causing this? Seems a bit weird since most of the advice given here refers to booting the PCI first, but it works Have tested it for slightly longer period now and its fine, no problems with flickering or anything, nor spanning windows across monitors on different display adapters as some people on here have mentioned.
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No, create an account now. Add your comment to this article You need to be a member to leave a comment. Have tested it for slightly longer period now and its fine, no problems with flickering or anything, nor spanning windows across monitors on different display adapters as some people on here have mentioned.
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OK, a further update. Bit of background first. Ati Radeon Agp Apr 30, Back to the drawing board Unlike most of you here, I guess, I’m not into games in the slightest on my PC.
ATI Radeon 9250 SE 64mb AGP Graphics Card With DVI & VGA Output
Surprisingly this fact isn’t mentioned on the ATi or Abit websites no info as to whether this mobo is compatible or notor anywhere else I’ve looked. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.
There’s a forum at www. Recently went to add another two screens hey, I was given them, and screen real estate is VERY important for audio and thought ‘well, that Radeon has done me proud, no worries etc, I’ll just get the PCI version of the same card’. Join the community hereit only takes a minute. Seems a bit unfair that this information isn’t provided, to save me spending money I don’t really have on equipment that doesn’t work!
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Still waiting on an email back from Abit so we’ll see what they say. PCI was the default wonder why? Final update got it working last night: Your situation is slightly different.
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Card worked in the first spare slot I shoved it in, about 3 or 4 down if I remember rightly so it’s unlikely the BIOS setting referred to a general PCI slot, just to look on that buss for a video card.
The other thing to consider is that ATi apparently state that two Radeons in one PC is an unsupported configuration, so anything they say must be doubted given that other people have got it working!
Turns out to be something of an error Obviously my situation is different to most other posters on this card, as I still want to use the original AGP card when the PCI one is installed!
I use it as a digital audio workstation and the most important considerations to me are stability, multiple monitors and not pinching any of my system RAM.
Nope, didn’t need to do anything that involved. Already have an account? ATI launches Radeon Jul 29,