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      04-30-2008, 04:14 PM
On Wed, 30 Apr 2008 11:18:18 +0200, "sergiorom"
<sergiotro@****REMOVE***@inwind.it> wrote:

>Have an Abit KG7 Raid with a Matrox Millennium VGA video card on a PCI slot,
>after changing the monitor (from a 15 to a wide 20 inch), I'll change also
>the video card.
>I am waiting for an AGP Ati Sapphire Radeon 9225 256MB ram, that have also
>DVI, as the monitor.
>I'm asking if I have to install some drivers for the motherboard, before
>installing the video card, the operating system is Windows XP SP2.


Your procedure should be:

- Download the latest drivers for your ATI card.

- Uninstall the Matrox drivers.

- Power down.

- Swap cards.

- On power up, when XP asks to install drivers, click CANCEL.

- Install ATI drivers.

If the ATI card doesn't recognize your new monitor by it's brand name,
locate the .inf file for your monitor and install.
 
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      06-18-2008, 07:18 PM
Thanks for giving for such a great information.
 
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