I have an HP Kayak 350 PC. When I attempt to boot the system I get three beeps. The RAM checks out fine and when I put a PCI Video card in the PC works as well. However, when I put the AGP card in another PC I did not get the beep codes but the monitor was blank.
1. Are there general compatability problems between AGP cards and older monitors?
2. Could the AGP slot be bad on the PC?
3. Would installing NT on the Kayak cause the beep codes?
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