USB2 PCI Card conflicting with my AGP Video Card



theo24gordon
07-10-2005, 01:54 AM
I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and upgraded from
Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to upgrade to get the most
(speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the card and restarted
the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @ all. I went into
setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my motherboard and that didnt
work either. HELP!!!!

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Triffid
07-10-2005, 01:54 AM
theo24gordon wrote:

> I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and upgraded from
> Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to upgrade to get the most
> (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the card and restarted
> the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @ all. I went into
> setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my motherboard and that didnt
> work either. HELP!!!!

Try the USB card in a different PCI slot.

Richard Urban
07-10-2005, 01:54 AM
I doubt that there is a conflict. But, you "were" inside the box. What did
you inadvertently knock loose or unseat? Remove every plug in card and
reseat same (into the same slot please). Remove every cable (one at a time
please) and reconnect same. Turn on the computer and try again.

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>I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and upgraded from
> Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to upgrade to get the most
> (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the card and restarted
> the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @ all. I went into
> setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my motherboard and that didnt
> work either. HELP!!!!
>
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Courtney
07-10-2005, 01:54 AM
Plug your PCI card into any slot but the first or last PCI port.

courtney

"theo24gordon" <UseLinkToEmail@WindowsForumz.com> wrote in message
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>I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and upgraded from
> Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to upgrade to get the most
> (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the card and restarted
> the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @ all. I went into
> setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my motherboard and that didnt
> work either. HELP!!!!
>
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theo24gordon
07-10-2005, 01:54 AM
"Triffid" wrote:
> theo24gordon wrote:
>
> > I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and upgraded
> from
> > Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to upgrade to
> get the most
> > (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the card and
> restarted
> > the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @ all. I
> went into
> > setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my motherboard and
> that didnt
> > work either. HELP!!!!
>
> Try the USB card in a different PCI slot.

Thanks.. I had tried that already.. no luck...

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theo24gordon
07-10-2005, 01:54 AM
"Richard Urban" wrote:
> I doubt that there is a conflict. But, you "were" inside the
> box. What did
> you inadvertently knock loose or unseat? Remove every plug in
> card and
> reseat same (into the same slot please). Remove every cable
> (one at a time
> please) and reconnect same. Turn on the computer and try
> again.
>
> --
> Regards,
>
> Richard Urban
>
> If you knew as much as you think you know,
> You would realize that you don't know what you thought you
> knew!
>
>
> "theo24gordon" <UseLinkToEmail@WindowsForumz.com> wrote in
> message
> news:3_1720587_0cfdfa3733392e4e6f5f0a24f547cf2e@windowsforumz.com...
> >I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and upgraded
> from
> > Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to upgrade to
> get the most
> > (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the card and
> restarted
> > the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @ all. I
> went into
> > setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my motherboard and
> that didnt
> > work either. HELP!!!!
> >
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thanks for the reply..i will try that..however when I pull the USB2
card out the monitor works just fine...

David Vair
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
Instead of using the USB connection for RoadRunner why don't you just get as network card and use
that connection. Much less of a hassle than the USB.
--
Dave Vair
CNE, CNA, MCP, A+, N+
Computer Education Services Corp. (CESC)

"Triffid" <triffid@nebula.net> wrote in message
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>
>
> theo24gordon wrote:
>
>> I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and upgraded from
>> Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to upgrade to get the most
>> (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the card and restarted
>> the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @ all. I went into
>> setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my motherboard and that didnt
>> work either. HELP!!!!
>
> Try the USB card in a different PCI slot.

theo24gordon
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
"Courtney1" wrote:
> Plug your PCI card into any slot but the first or last PCI
> port.
>
> courtney
>
> "theo24gordon" <UseLinkToEmail@WindowsForumz.com> wrote in
> message
> news:3_1720587_0cfdfa3733392e4e6f5f0a24f547cf2e@windowsforumz.com...
> >I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and upgraded
> from
> > Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to upgrade to
> get the most
> > (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the card and
> restarted
> > the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @ all. I
> went into
> > setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my motherboard and
> that didnt
> > work either. HELP!!!!
> >
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Thanks..iíve tried that too..but it didnt work either.. :(

theo24gordon
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
"dvair" wrote:
> Instead of using the USB connection for RoadRunner why don't
> you just get as network card and use
> that connection. Much less of a hassle than the USB.
> --
> Dave Vair
> CNE, CNA, MCP, A+, N+
> Computer Education Services Corp. (CESC)
>
> "Triffid" <triffid@nebula.net> wrote in message
> news:y%Nqe.21413$Nd3.1028486@news20.bellglobal.com...
> >
> >
> > theo24gordon wrote:
> >
> &nbsp;>> I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and
> upgraded from
> &nbsp;>> Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to
> upgrade to get the most
> &nbsp;>> (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the
> card and restarted
> &nbsp;>> the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @
> all. I went into
> &nbsp;>> setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my
> motherboard and that didnt
> &nbsp;>> work either. HELP!!!!
> >
> > Try the USB card in a different PCI slot.

I have digital phone and digital cable...the way they had me hook up
my internet access was thru a usb port in the back of the modem for
the digital phone...how would I use a network card..forgive my
ignorance here..

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Jim Macklin
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
Most cable/DSL modems use an RJ45 connector and a CAT5 cable
(looks like a heavy-duty telephone wire) and connects to the
network card or port on the back of the computer. Using USB
to do this networking is less efficient than using the
network NIC, which most modern computers include on the
motherboard.

Your cable into your house can and should go through a
splitter with a branch going to the television and the
telephone and one branch going to the cable modem.

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"theo24gordon" <UseLinkToEmail@WindowsForumz.com> wrote in
message
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| "dvair" wrote:
| > Instead of using the USB connection for RoadRunner why
don't
| > you just get as network card and use
| > that connection. Much less of a hassle than the USB.
| > --
| > Dave Vair
| > CNE, CNA, MCP, A+, N+
| > Computer Education Services Corp. (CESC)
| >
| > "Triffid" <triffid@nebula.net> wrote in message
| > news:y%Nqe.21413$Nd3.1028486@news20.bellglobal.com...
| > >
| > >
| > > theo24gordon wrote:
| > >
| > &nbsp;>> I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem)
and
| > upgraded from
| > &nbsp;>> Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to
| > upgrade to get the most
| > &nbsp;>> (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in
the
| > card and restarted
| > &nbsp;>> the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not
work @
| > all. I went into
| > &nbsp;>> setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my
| > motherboard and that didnt
| > &nbsp;>> work either. HELP!!!!
| > >
| > > Try the USB card in a different PCI slot.
|
| I have digital phone and digital cable...the way they had
me hook up
| my internet access was thru a usb port in the back of the
modem for
| the digital phone...how would I use a network
card..forgive my
| ignorance here..
|
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David Vair
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
There should be a RJ-45 connection next to the USB connector on the cable modem. Just run a
standard network cable from that to your NIC card in computer.
--
Dave Vair
CNE, CNA, MCP, A+, N+
Computer Education Services Corp. (CESC)

"theo24gordon" <UseLinkToEmail@WindowsForumz.com> wrote in message
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> "dvair" wrote:
> > Instead of using the USB connection for RoadRunner why don't
> > you just get as network card and use
> > that connection. Much less of a hassle than the USB.
> > --
> > Dave Vair
> > CNE, CNA, MCP, A+, N+
> > Computer Education Services Corp. (CESC)
> >
> > "Triffid" <triffid@nebula.net> wrote in message
> > news:y%Nqe.21413$Nd3.1028486@news20.bellglobal.com...
> > >
> > >
> > > theo24gordon wrote:
> > >
> > &nbsp;>> I recently switched to Roadrunner (cable modem) and
> > upgraded from
> > &nbsp;>> Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0 pci card to
> > upgrade to get the most
> > &nbsp;>> (speed) from Roadrunner and when I plugged in the
> > card and restarted
> > &nbsp;>> the computer, my monitor(AGP card) will not work @
> > all. I went into
> > &nbsp;>> setup and disabled the USB1(onboard) on my
> > motherboard and that didnt
> > &nbsp;>> work either. HELP!!!!
> > >
> > > Try the USB card in a different PCI slot.
>
> I have digital phone and digital cable...the way they had me hook up
> my internet access was thru a usb port in the back of the modem for
> the digital phone...how would I use a network card..forgive my
> ignorance here..
>
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theo24gordon
07-10-2005, 01:55 AM
"dvair" wrote:
> There should be a RJ-45 connection next to the USB connector
> on the cable modem. Just run a
> standard network cable from that to your NIC card in computer.
> --
> Dave Vair
> CNE, CNA, MCP, A+, N+
> Computer Education Services Corp. (CESC)
>
> "theo24gordon" <UseLinkToEmail@WindowsForumz.com> wrote in
> message
> news:3_1722255_80a7c0ec0a68637535e4046fe3107e1e@windowsforumz.com...
> > "dvair" wrote:
> &nbsp;> > Instead of using the USB connection for RoadRunner
> why don't
> &nbsp;> > you just get as network card and use
> &nbsp;> > that connection. Much less of a hassle than the
> USB.
> &nbsp;> > --
> &nbsp;> > Dave Vair
> &nbsp;> > CNE, CNA, MCP, A+, N+
> &nbsp;> > Computer Education Services Corp. (CESC)
> &nbsp;> >
> &nbsp;> > "Triffid" &lt;triffid@nebula.net&gt; wrote in
> message
> &nbsp;> >
> news:y%Nqe.21413$Nd3.1028486@news20.bellglobal.com...
> &nbsp;&nbsp;> > >
> &nbsp;&nbsp;> > >
> &nbsp;&nbsp;> > > theo24gordon wrote:
> &nbsp;&nbsp;> > >
> &nbsp;> > &nbsp;&gt;&gt; I recently switched to Roadrunner
> (cable modem) and
> &nbsp;> > upgraded from
> &nbsp;> > &nbsp;&gt;&gt; Win98 to XP. I purchased a USB 2.0
> pci card to
> &nbsp;> > upgrade to get the most
> &nbsp;> > &nbsp;&gt;&gt; (speed) from Roadrunner and when I
> plugged in the
> &nbsp;> > card and restarted
> &nbsp;> > &nbsp;&gt;&gt; the computer, my monitor(AGP card)
> will not work @
> &nbsp;> > all. I went into
> &nbsp;> > &nbsp;&gt;&gt; setup and disabled the USB1(onboard)
> on my
> &nbsp;> > motherboard and that didnt
> &nbsp;> > &nbsp;&gt;&gt; work either. HELP!!!!
> &nbsp;&nbsp;> > >
> &nbsp;&nbsp;> > > Try the USB card in a different PCI slot.
> >
> > I have digital phone and digital cable...the way they had me
> hook up
> > my internet access was thru a usb port in the back of the
> modem for
> > the digital phone...how would I use a network card..forgive
> my
> > ignorance here..
> >
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That did it!! I just wanted to say thanks to everyone for their help
and suggestions. If there is anything I can offer to help you guys one
day..well.. youíre probably in bad shape asking me about computer
stuff.. :)
Thanks again guys/gals..


USB2 PCI Card conflicting with my AGP Video Card