Please post back if you have anymore problems or questions. I was able to upgrade the chipset driver without a warning that the version I had was more current than the upgrade. I believe, however, it may be a compatibility problem. And a lesson for you kids out there: Got one to sell? If the screen remains blank and there is no noise you have a Chip Set Incompatibility and need to change either the Video Card or M’Board. Guaranteed by Fri, Jan 4.

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However, since your computer is very old, I can’t find any information on the video cards. Message 2 of 4. And a lesson for you kids out there: Assy Diag Under the Motherboard option, confirm whether or not you have an AGP slot.

HP has their motherboards made to their specs and normally include in the Product Specifications a list of compatible video cards.

Compaq Deskpro – PCI video card upgrade – HP Support Community –

You mean you get no video after you remove the new card? May be a 4MB card. Part is pulled from a new system.


I can’t think of any settings that you have missed. Please provide a valid price range.

Reset Post Submit Post. There are no jumpers related to such a thing on the motherboard.

This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. As for my model on HP, I’ve had the exact same problem. Shop by Memory Size.

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Compaq deskpro no 2nd HD detect Feb 1, I also tried to install another video card – an old ISA Trident – with the same results. Yes, my password is: Also, get the motherboard name while you’re at it. The only conclusion is that the motherboard itself wasn’t compatible. Download this program and run it.

402125-001 Compaq 400778-002 Deskpro Board 8mb AGP Video Card

My advice would be to bin it, don’t waste your time, and buy an Nvidia card. Thank you for the vjdeo information, SolderFlows. Also, try updating the BIOS from here. It has an onboard VGA input.


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TechSpot Account Sign up for freeit takes 30 seconds. Try the chipset driver from this page. Compatible Slot see all.

There seems to be a problem serving the request at this time. I went to BIOS, switched off onboard video add-in or something. Create a new discussion If you’re asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem.

If it’s not in the BIOS there might be a desklro on the motherboard to disable the onboard video. If you do not have an account No Worries!

I might be able to dig up something with that. Am I missing some settings somewhere or something?