You don't mention it so I will first remind you that, whenever you insytall a new mobo, you MUST reinstall your OS from scratch, so that all the correct drivers for your new mobo are allowed to replace the old drivers and are fully registered. Of course, you will then install the mobo 4-in-one drivers etc, and this will now give you a clean system. Now you can proceed to install the drivers that came with your graphics cards - you should then find all your full graphics controls restored.
No -pretty certain this is to do with your graphics drivers. Have you installed both the 4-in-one drivers provided by with the mobo and THEN the graphics drivers. If yes to both, chewck to sdee if there are any driver updates and install these. Any mobo updates, you should reinstall your graphics drivers.
Thanks for response. Have done already what you say - I think - but will check later again Funny how companies such as Asus don't respond at all. They along with others print ridiculus claims on their logos etc. 'Our Vision', 'Excellence', 'the epitome of world-class engg' etc. And their instruction manuals & products are, well, ordinary! So I have given up and put a 64M nVidia PCL card on board - works fine. So 2 Q's:- 1. Is this as good as the on-board AGP card? 2. I bought 256MB DDR PC2100 to replace my 256MB PC100. As this MB runs both can I install both and run them together?
I always judge a company by actiomns - not words. I have yet to find ANY mobo supplier that responds to e-mails (but others may have better experinces to offer). Your questions. I misssed the point that you graphics card was on-board. Others may disagree, but I would NEVER risk it. On-board sound may be OK-ish, but I want more from my graphics. I reckon that any card you can buy will be a better bet. Don't forget to disable the on-board via your BIOS setup - hopefully your manual will explain how. Re the RAm, I don't THINK you can mix them, but once again see what your manual says. Certainly, the newer memory will be better, and that should be ample for a 98SE system.