Onboard to agp

Ok i got sort of a dumb question. My neighbor next door went and installed windows 7 on an older computer and his onboard card will not support windows 7. His has an agp slot to add and additional card. I have an nvidia card here; and when i plugged it in the screen says no vga found. Does the agp port somehow need to be set in bios Or would this be an inactive port?
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  1. There should be a BIOS settings that will allow you to choose the Graphics 1st boot: on-board, or AGP, or PCI. Choose AGP, save and exit the BIOS.
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