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Graphics card removal

I just bought a new graphics card for my hp pavilion a350n how do I uninstall the old graphics card? what do I remove from the control panel?

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Unplug your computer, open the CPU and remove the old graphics card (the one where you attach your monitor cable) and replace with your new graphics card. Handle the card by the edges and avoid touching the sensitive electrical components. Insert it fully to the card slot (a loose video card will prevent your monitor from working). Once the computer prompts you that you need the driver for it, just insert the CD that comes with the model of your new graphics card and follow the directions.

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