Hi Goochtek. You have a quandary here. Assuming that all the connections to your motherboard are correct, then either your graphics card or your motherboard is faulty. The only way to find out is to try your graphics card in another computer or to try a known good graphics card in your new computer. You can use a very cheap old card to do the proving and so needn't risk a large amount of money, the only thing you need to be aware of is that your motherboard probably will not take the oldest 3.3 Volt AGP cards.
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