I would try upgrading the motherboard bios.
There are some info here
if it is the web address of your mobo.
I suufer the same prob with my current setup, 2x AGP and Super7. I used to run an i740 card, but it was real buggy with my K6-2. I then tried a Rendition Verite 2 (S220) card. A lot more stable, but a lot slower. Now I've opted for a Banshee card. I went PCI for stability reasons, but many of my friends run the AGP version without any problems. You might consider something similar to my next upgrade route, a Voodoo3 3500, or a TNT-2 card.
Thanks for the info. I have a PCI Voodoo Rush card that I can try.
I have flashed the BIOS once but there is a newer one out now. I'll give it a try.
AGP with Socket 7 MB - Recommendations?
I have a M-Tech 581A AT MB (SIS chipset) with AMD K6-233 processor. I tried an Intel 740I AGP card without sucess. I now use a Trident 4meg 3DImage card and it works. However, I am condsidering getting a better card. I emailed ATI and STB and some other companies about it but they only want to talk about Pentium II and AGP, not Socket 7 cpus. It's gotten to the point where I am considering going to a PCI Voodoo card. Any suggestions? Note: also posted this message on MB page
I have a super seven mobo with amd k6-2 350. And I have had no problems with my Matrox G200. you want killer 2d and vivid 3d Matrox has the market on it. It isn't as fast as voodoo, but I can see a difference in color.
course with the tnt2 coming out... I would wait for it or take a look at the g400 from matrox. it again wont be as fast as the tnt, but it will have a color depth that will turn tnt and voodoo green with envy...
g400 also has tv out and onboard dvd stuff. so that might be an option depending on how much gaming you do.
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