I'm having some trouble trying to load windows from the PCI slot. I recently tried installing a new video card, but since my old video card is booted from the AGP slot, I'm confused on how to tell the computer to load windows from the other slot. I tried manipulating BIOS but unsuccessfully. If anyone knows how to tell BIOS to load the new card, I would be grateful.
The bios selection is only critical if you have both a agp and pci video card installed. It just indicates which to boot first. Make sure all your old video card drivers are removed before installing drivers for your pci card. Once the old drivers are removed you will be asked to reboot at which time your system will be operating on windows standard vga drivers then install new drivers. The default selection in the bios is probably pci first. Be sure you are saving the bios selections you make before exiting.
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I tried uninstalling the drivers, but it still refuses to switch over. After loading system info, it still won't boot windows, and gives me 'error beeps' when I turn it off. Is it possible I'm uninstalling wrong or not uninstalling everything?