You may also need to set a jumper on the board to disable the onboard. CheckDamian Bannerman said:Heres hoping some of you might be able to help me....
I have a homebuilt Intel P4, Asus P4S333-VM mobo with SiS650 chipset, 320MB
RAM, running Win98 4.10.
I d/l and istalled the latest drivers for the SiS650 yesterday. Since I've
been living with just the onboard video I decided to upgrade to
middle-of-the-road and bought a GeForce4 MX440SE-T card.
I went step by step as instructed on the install sheet...shutdown,
disconnect, open, insert, turn back on, install drivers with the disk,
computer restarts....after automatically adding four ACPI IRQ HOLDER FOR PCI
IRQ STEERING.....comp goes to safe mode.
I re-did everything severall different ways put everything back the way it
was, surfed several FAQs and tried the suggestions and still come up with
the same end result....safe mode and four of those IRQ holders. I tried
removing the IRQ holders but they would only show errors on other systems in
Device Manager and the display stays on 16 colors 800x600.
Going into BIOS and disabling the onboard video first, second, or last will
not change the outcome.