Or you tried both of these. Answered on Oct 13, Mark Gough Level 3 Expert Answers. But it bogs down really fast and most all programs lag. You’ll definitely need to set in the BIOS which slot has the video card, if possible. Answered on Sep 22,

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He has a Socket A.

It’s just too slow and inefficient. I would recomend a card with at least MB of memory onboard.

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Not to mention the actual driver for the card working with Windows, etc. I Will have to try something else. DELL Hello you can download the driver here: We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action! Changing other hardware will not cause an issue with a Windows installation, but if you change the mother board, you’ll need to do a new installation of your copy of Windows.


ASRock K7VM3 – motherboard – micro ATX – Socket A – KM266 Pro

A Windows installation links itself to the mother board used when it was installed. It won’t function in any other slot. Good luck and kind regards.

Answered on Sep 25, Answered on May 30, Answered on Feb 04, But it bogs down really fast and most all programs lag. It sounds like you are k7mv3 to load a Win 7 installation done on another PC mother board onto your new ASRock mother board. If it fits, then the question is will modern Windows drivers work vudeo it?

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Copyright c Tweak Town Pty Ltd. That video card will only fit where it is designed to fit, if that is a PCI slot then that’s k7vvm3 it goes. Ask a Question Usually answered in minutes!

The problem signatures are Problem signature: When I ran the Startup Repair and it couldn’t fix the problem.


Startup Repair cannot repair this computer automatically. Answered on Oct 13, AutoFailover Problem Signature You may still be able to install anyhow, but I’m sure it would be painfully slow.

But you should be able to use WindowsXP drivers. Answered on Dec 05, The files must be unzip before installation. Answered on Feb 25, If you have another windows on it already, try running the win 7 upgrade advisor: Originally Posted by parsec. Answered on Oct 27, Answered vudeo Aug 06,