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Can i solder a video card slot onto my E210882 motherboard if it has the spot for it

It has the spot for there to be one and i have the slot to go there but will it work afterwards is what i want to know

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    No, johndoe. There are capacitors used as Filters, that are also left out.

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You could solder it in but it may need other components that were left of the board on that model. It needs to be able to communicate with other parts of the board to work.

Posted on Feb 15, 2012

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SOURCE: E210882 is the number on the motherboard on my

You can disable the onboard by visiting your bios.

On boot it will tell you to press del f8 f2 etc to enter the setup from there you can navigate around to disable the onboard and choose the lane your older pci card is in.

Posted on Oct 12, 2009

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SOURCE: Memory for Del E210882 motherboard

download and run the dell diagnostics memory test on one memory card at a time .
or run with one then switch . does only one fail .
and what is the board GX or dimension.
GX is really particular about memory.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Upgrading graphics card onto gx280 motherboard

You need to find a "PCI Express" video card. Your Motherboard does not have an AGP slot. There are lots of them to choose from. Better to pay more now and get more memory on the video card than to regret the purchase and buy another one. IMHO

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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Hi macssword,

I see that you want to remove the VGA adapter on you dell motherboar.

I do not think removing it from the motherboard is a good idea, maybe disabling it will be best rather than removing it, it is bult in on the board and removing it may damage the whole motherboard.

If I may ask are you trying to use an Expansion Video Card on you motherboard?

If so you just need to connect the Video card on the Board then as soon as you turn the machine ON tap on F1 to get into the BIOS of the system.

Once in the BIOS look for the PCI devices option then you should see the option regarding the Video Cards on the motherboard you can enable and disable which video cardyou want to use from there on.

I hope this helps.

Have a nice day

mvincentc

Posted on Jun 09, 2011

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Memory for Del E210882 motherboard


download and run the dell diagnostics memory test on one memory card at a time .
or run with one then switch . does only one fail .
and what is the board GX or dimension.
GX is really particular about memory.

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Dell e210882 motherboard manual


It will go in any PCI slot.When you boot the machine it should come up with found new hardware wizard.Follow instructions.If new hardware wizard does not pop up go to control panel,then dbl click on add new hardware and follow prompts,it will ask if you have the disc if you dont it has options for what hardware you are trying to install.If you do have the disc you can  put the disc in the CD dirve and it should automatically start,if not click on my computer dbl click your drive where you put the disc and when the program opens click on install,

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